Could Age Be Discoloring Your Teeth?

A birthday is a reason to celebrate, especially as you’re nearing your golden years. While you don’t care so much about party hats and presents (or maybe you do!), you may have grown concerned about how your smile has dulled.

It’s common for teeth to yellow or discolor with advancing age, and there is a host of reasons why this happens. Fortunately, this problem is nothing that the team at Advanced Dental Care of Austin hasn’t seen — and solved — before. With our extensive and varied clinical expertise, we’re ready to provide advice about bright smiles that’s tailored to you.

Why do teeth get discolored with age?

Age-related tooth discoloration happens for quite a few reasons. It can be traced both to age alone, to illness and medications, and to and some not-so-good habits you’ve picked up along the way. Here’s what you need to know:

It’s difficult to imagine getting to a certain age without being exposed to some of these contributors to tooth discoloration. Often this type of cosmetic problem sneaks up on you because you’ve been busy living your life.

What treatments can address tooth discoloration?

Advanced Dental Care of Austin offers the most up-to-date and successful treatments available for discolored teeth. There are many options you can consider:

Our dental pros take multiple factors into consideration when assessing your discolored teeth. We create a treatment plan that’s individualized according to the severity of your discoloration as well as your smile goals.

We can’t emphasize this enough: Getting those stains off your teeth is not a superficial thing. You deserve, especially at this time in your life, to feel 100% confident about your smile.

We’d love to consult with you about how we can brighten your teeth and boost your self-esteem. Call our office today, or take advantage of our convenient online booking tool. We look forward to hearing from you!

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