Sarasota Dental Arts

Why You Aren't Too Old for Orthodontics

November 14, 2017
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Posted By: Kaya Aygen, D.M.D.
Smiling Man | Orthodontics Sarasota FL

Perhaps you have lived with crooked teeth for so long that you're past the point of hiding your smile. Many adults "give up" on having a beautiful smile because they think they're too old for orthodontics, or perhaps they have focused on treatment for their children rather than themselves. The good news is that you are never too old for orthodontics, and a beautiful smile is an asset at any age! Here are some of the benefits of investing in orthodontics in Sarasota, FL, as an adult.

Straight Teeth = Healthier Teeth

A straight smile is truly a healthy smile because you can brush and floss your teeth with ease. This means you have less of a chance of developing certain dental issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, or cavities. Teeth that overlap can be hard to keep clean, and a misaligned bite contributes to jaw joint issues and pain.

Orthodontics Assists With Other Types of Treatment

Because our teeth naturally shift over time, patients looking to restore their smiles with a dental bridge or implant may benefit from orthodontics first. Aligning your teeth can create the space you need to ensure that your upcoming dental work is successful and has longevity.

Confidence is Invaluable

You may think that your smile doesn't matter, or that it doesn't really bother you, but you may be surprised at what a difference a beautiful smile makes in your confidence and self-esteem. Confidence is important no matter what age you are!

Would you like to learn more about orthodontics for adults? Sarasota Dental Arts offers two convenient options for adult orthodontics including Invisalign that uses clear aligners to straighten teeth discreetly and Six-Month Smiles that use clear brackets and wires to align your teeth within a matter of months. Dr. Aygen can discuss your options with you during a consultation, so give us a call today to arrange a convenient time.

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