Your Smile Includes Your Lips

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Cosmetic DentistryYour smile includes your lips. Your smile is hands down one of the most important features on your face. It can make you look confident and youthful, but, if not maintained properly, it can become dull and aged. Your teeth aren’t the only things that matter though—your lips are significant, too. Making sure they are well hydrated can help keep lip lines at bay.

The New Secret to a Younger-Looking Smile
As you age, a loss of collagen can cause your lips to wrinkle and crease. Collagen loss also causes lips to thin, which may produce asymmetries and give the appearance of an unattractive smile. Keeping your lips hydrated, as well as utilizing fillers, can help minimize signs of aging and maintain a youthful smile. Restylane Silk, is a hyaluronic acid gel that is ideal for those with thin lips—it helps temporarily increase volume to create natural-looking fullness, while also smoothing out wrinkles around the mouth. Fillers are another option for creating a more beautiful smile, and decreasing the chances of wrinkles later in life.

Reduce Those Fine Lines
Our favorite fine line filler is from Pangea. This company has your total health in mind. As a cosmetic dentist I am always making recommendations that are healthy and non-toxic for my patients. Check out Pangea Eye Cream to reduce those fine lines around your eyes and lips. I use it AM and PM – it works!

Your Favorite Cocktail May Be Good For Your Teeth
The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry teamed up with professional mixologists to create “Raising the Bar on Healthy Smiles,” a collection of cocktail recipes that feature smile-friendly ingredients. So, when it’s your turn to host the party, stock the bar with these beneficial foods: Strawberries contain malic acid that gives a safe, teeth-bleaching effect; pineapple’s vitamins C and K promote a healing response in the mouth; celery activates saliva production to help remove food particles; and mint leaves, when chewed, can fight the growth of harmful bacteria.

Are you ready for your smile makeover?   Your smile includes your lips – showcase those pearly whites. Start today with a healthy smile and feel confident every day.

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