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Poor Oral Health Could Be a Sign of Premature Aging

Missing teeth, poorly aligned bite and chipped teeth negatively affect your smile. They also affect the fullness of the face, leading to sagging skin, facial lines and wrinkles.

Key takeaways:

– Teeth grinding is a habit that is detrimental to your teeth and smile. It predisposes you to cavities and      premature wrinkles. Managing stress prevents the bad habit.

– To avoid teeth staining, you can opt to drink coffee and you favorite wine with a straw to bypass the teeth.

– Floss your teeth daily, ensuring that you target the hard-to-reach areas for an extra clean mouth.

“Schedule every six months like clockwork, whiten teeth professionally, restore the height of your teeth or maintain them.”

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