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You should always place an increased emphasis on your teeth as you get older. By continually staying ahead of the curve, you can help limit the effects of damage that can arise over time. Because your teeth are more likely to suffer from dental damage and become more brittle with age, you will need to continue to update your smile and oral health care restorations with the times.

To begin, make sure that you’re focusing on your oral health care and all aspects of your oral hygiene routine. If you are not routinely cleaning your smile every day, you run the risk of leading to further dental damage. Even a simple task of brushing your teeth twice daily and flossing once daily for a few minutes each day can drastically improve the quality of your smile and lower your risk for several forms of dental damage.

Beyond cleaning out your smile every day, you will want to eliminate any bad habits from your life that put your teeth at an increased risk for dental hazards. Avoid unhealthy products in your diet and unhealthy habits in your life. Stay away from dangerous foods and snacks as well as substances such as tobacco and drugs. Furthermore, visit our dentist routinely for examinations and cleanings.

Come speak with AZ Dental to learn which aging dental health treatments are right for you. To schedule an oral exam with Dr. Ravi Aulakh and our team at our dental office in San Jose, California, please call us at 408-247-5500.