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A Little Known Anti-Aging Tip To Keep Looking Young

Hi guys and gals out there. I’m Dr. Joe Nemeth I’m a Periodontist in Southfield, Michigan and I want to talk about maybe a little-known fact that will help keep you looking young as you get older. You know, when you’re young your skin is tight its firm your cheekbones are high your skin is plump like, Olivia get over here. I want to show people what youth looks like. So this is Olivia she works in our office and this is what youth looks like. I don’t think I ever looked quite this good, but this is this is youth and we generally in our society we want to maintain a youthful look as long as we can. Now I’m actually a hundred and forty two, but because I take good care of myself I don’t look more than 93 but at any rate. One of the things that really makes a difference is tooth loss and the bone in your mouth. I’m sure we’ve known older people who as they’ve gotten older and have lost their teeth their lower jaw starts to stick out a little bit, the upper jaw starts to collapse a little bit and it gives them that typical kind of older look. Well you know in our society again it’s nice to look good youthful look is kind of important in our culture. So really one of the tips in keeping good facial structure is keeping your teeth. Adequate calcium, vitamin D, good oral hygiene, exercise actually chewing using your jaw a fair amount and again good oral hygiene as I’ve mentioned many times in the past is critical. If you have teeth and you have adequate bone, it’s going to help fill out your cheeks fill out your jaws and give you a more youthful look. Now as we get older if we start to lose teeth when we lose teeth that bone really just kind of atrophies or disappears it goes away because there’s nothing to stimulate it to keep it there that’s what teeth do they have a function they chew and they need the bone to support them and so the bone stays there but if you lose teeth then that bone disappears, unless you put implants in. Now implants actually function like your own teeth in many ways, they are like the roots of your teeth. They’re put into the bone and crowns or teeth are put on top of them and they function like your own teeth. So they tend to maintain the bone that would normally be lost so keeping your teeth means keeping your mouth healthy. Keep your teeth if you can, but sometimes you can’t and if you can’t then the best way to replace them, virtually all the time, is dental implants If you have any suggestions, we would really like to get your feedback. What else would you like to know about? And again I’m Dr. Joe Nemeth. Remember a healthy mouth will give you a healthier body. Stay well and take care of yourself! Restore your smile and your health with the help of Dr. Nemeth and his associates. Visit Dr. Nemeth.com to schedule your appointment today!

11 thoughts on “A Little Known Anti-Aging Tip To Keep Looking Young

  1. I would never have thought that implants make such a big difference in how young people look versus those who wear dentures. I hope I never need them, but if I do, it's implants all the way!

  2. Dr. Nemeth – I believe I have the most robust, most rigorous, and most detailed dental regimen in the country. I want you to request your viewers to submit videos of their routines so you can judge them and hand out an award for cleanest mouth or best oral hygiene. Do it and put my name on it. The PR you would generate would flood your office with appointments for years to come.

  3. My dentist says my mouth is extremely clean. I have ten implants . I use a quality water pik daily flossing and brushing.. I have All on four upper and lower that are disintegrating after three years. They are acrylic. They are disintegrating because that’s what these acrylic and many zirconium appliances do. My dentist says because I grind my teeth at night. No one from sisters, nieces to husband can remember me ever grinding my teeth. I don’t think it’s my dentist’s fault. I think she was sold a bill of goods herself. The day my teeth were pulled, there were five experts attending and after ten hours I went home with teeth and great pain. I can only mash my food. I cannot tear my food. It’s my front upper teeth that are crumbling, but I am unable to eat grapes, lettuce , apples or tomatoes with the skin attached. I don’t chew with my upper front teeth. Go figure. My thoughts? Poor materials.

  4. according to my experience in the same job you can tell 99% of patients what you want to, they do not improve their situation, they don´t care, they lose their teeth and take artificial ones

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