MDTV Expert and Cincinnati Cosmetic Dentist Fred Peck DDS Speaks Out Against Needless Facelift Surgery for "Collapsing Smile Syndrome", a Common Aging Situation Very Treatable With Cosmetic Dentistry.
If you live in the Cincinnati area and are experiencing Collapsing Smile Syndrome (a physical sagging of the face resulting from worn-down teeth, an improper bite or ill-fitting dentures) you may not need plastic surgery to remove those wrinkles and restore your youthful appearance.
Peck, an MDTV Cosmetic Dentistry expert and an AACD Accredited dentist says, "Cosmetic dentistry restores the shape of the smile and structure of the face to remove wrinkles around the mouth and chin."
Later in the interview, he explained further, "A Smile Lift helps you look years younger because cosmetic dentistry is like a dental facelift that can quickly reverse the natural aging process of the teeth, as well as the shape of your face."
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Cosmetic Dentistry Restores Shape of Smile and Structure of Face to Remove Wrinkles Around Mouth and Chin.
A new smile helps you look years younger because cosmetic dentistry is like a dental facelift that can quickly reverse the natural aging process of the teeth, as well as the shape of your face.
Youth and beauty are associated with health, symmetry, and vitality. A healthy mouth with a dazzling smile that has white, even, straight teeth can make you look at least 10 years younger.
To improve aging smiles, many patients are turning to cosmetic dentistry instead of more expensive cosmetic surgery. Just like your bones, teeth can thin out, chip and break. As teeth get shorter and shorter, the smile collapses and the nose and chin move closer and closer to each other. The result is a face that expands sideways and that creates wrinkles and folds that appear around the mouth and cheeks.
With a smile rejuvenation procedure (Smile Lift), your natural tooth length is added back to your smile and your face naturally opens up. Almost instantly, years and years of wrinkles and lines disappear. In fact, cosmetic dentistry patients often have friends and relatives comment on how much younger they appear after this procedure.
Of course, that's not all that age does to our smiles. Teeth can also darken or turn yellow from tobacco, wine, coffee, tea, or certain drugs. To look younger through cosmetic dentistry, you may choose to whiten your teeth, or have porcelain veneers applied, or have them sculpted. If your teeth are crooked or crowded, you may choose to straighten them without braces using veneers or crowns. If your teeth have wide spaces or if you have missing teeth, you may choose to get replacement teeth. All of these procedures are now performed with high-tech equipment and faster than ever, often in just a few appointments.
If you think your teeth are revealing your age, look into cosmetic dentistry to erase the dental ravages of time. If you are in the Cincinnati area, you may not have to look any further than to Fred Peck DDS, an MDTV cosmetic dentistry expert.
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