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How Your Teeth Tell Us Everything About You

By September 29, 2018December 1st, 2022No Comments
Your Teeth

When you look at someone, many times their smile is the first thing you see and recognize. Similarly, dentists and dental professionals know that every smile and set of teeth are unique and can also tell us a lot about your habits. Find out all that your they project to dentists here:

Your Age

First & foremost, your teeth tell us how old you are. When we focus on your central incisors, also known as the front ones, we can tell by the shape what your age is. If they are rectangular with rounded corners, it tends to mean that you are younger, opposed to if you had shorter ones with square corners that we typically see with older patients.

Your Mood

Your teeth also tell us if you are a nervous or stressful person. Small chips or cracks, or uneven tips, are a big sign of a nailbiter, and if you’re back teeth are worn down or you are experiencing job pain, this typically means you’re grinding your them, which is caused by stress.

Your Health

Your dentist can also be tipped off to other health issues in your body by examining your teeth. If you are experiencing swollen gums, loose teeth and cavities, it could be a sign of diabetes or other medical ailments. If your dentist notices weak enamel or mouth sores, this can mean you are experiencing a deficiency and necessary vitamins.

Seeing your dentist is not only vital to your oral health, but can also assist you in fixing other health issues as well. Looking to speak to a dental professional about your teeth? Give Imagine Dental of Central Phoenix a call today at (602) 595-3600!

Imagine Dental

The Imagine Dental team of professionals have decades of combined experience between them, they understand that people go to a dentist because they need to, not necessarily because they want to. With that in mind, our team of specialists try to make sure every procedure is as pain free and as quick as possible.

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