Good teeth aren’t a dream. We’re all born with a perfect set of white teeth. However as we age, a host of things take a toll on our oral health. And in no time, our perfect teeth reduce to less than perfect. At times, the reasons are beyond our control. However, there are greater instances when our bad oral hygiene habits make way for irreversible damage.
Most people would think, ‘so what?’ and rightly so. Many people have spent their entire lives with less than perfect teeth. However, given the chance of improving smiles, who wouldn’t? Modern cosmetic dentistry not only offers physical benefits, but functional too.
Smile Magic Dentistry is recognized for offering comprehensive, quality and affordable cosmetic treatments that beautify smiles and improve oral health.
But are you really in for cosmetic dentistry? These three signs will tell:
Heartburn and Ulcers
The primary purpose of teeth is to chew food properly. They’re not there to open a bag of chips. Many times, when we inappropriately use our teeth, they get misaligned and lose structure. As a result, we’re unable to chew food properly.
When we chew properly, our mouth secretes saliva that comprises enzymes. These enzymes facilitate the digestion process. The enzymes react with an acid in our stomach known as chime. This further aids the food to make way to the small intestine. However, when inappropriately chewed food enters stomach, it leads to ulcers, heartburn and a host of other digestive problems.
You Don’t Smile or Laugh as Much
If there are gaps in your teeth, you wouldn’t feel confident about smiling or laughing. The same holds true if your teeth have embarrassing cracks, stains and other imperfections. Smile is the best asset anyone can have. We look our best when we smile or laugh. Don’t give up on this opportunity by feeling embarrassed or insecure about your teeth.
Moreover, people generally feel more comfortable and at-ease with people who smile – it works as an amazing tool that can be productive for your business and personal relationships.
Your Jaw Hurts
We bet you’ve already forgotten about that terrible misalignment in your jaw. Not if it has become more painful and there’s a good chance that you’re suffering from Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD). Expect one or more of the following symptoms:
- Severe headaches,
- Problems with hearing, and
- Pain in the upper shoulder.
Other chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, etc are deeply associated with poor oral health and condition. If you’re experiencing one or more of these signs, call us now at (714)974-4332 right away for free consultations. Our renowned cosmetic dentist in Orange County, Dr. Nazir, will have you covered for a range of cosmetic treatments including dental implants, porcelain veneers and more.