What to Expect From Oral Health at Different Life Stages
Teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and they are one of the most resilient parts of your body—withstanding mild trauma, various infections, adolescent cavities, and decades of chewing food.
As a result, singular oral health issues are more likely to present at certain life stages.
Here’s what to expect from your oral health at various points during your lifetime.
Dentistry through Age 18
After your adult teeth erupt, you’re more likely to develop cavities, get braces or Invisalign, or suffer an injury at play.
This is the stage where developing good oral hygiene practices can last a lifetime. Brush and floss at least twice per day, visit your dentist regularly and have your ...