Are Your Teeth Giving Away Your Age?

We all learn as children that we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but unfortunately age matters a lot in our society. Older men and women often have more trouble finding a job or worry about competing with younger colleagues, especially in more youth-focused industries like technology. There are many things that you can do to look fresher and younger, but are your teeth giving you away?

Over time, regularly drinking coffee and colas can stain teeth, giving them an unpleasant yellow hue. The older we get, the more coffee we drink, and the more yellow our teeth become. Even if you dress young, make sure to dab on night cream before going to bed, and even dabble with Botox or fillers, your teeth may scream your real age. If you are something of a caffeine addict, your teeth may even prematurely age you.

To keep your teeth looking beautiful, white, and youthful, consider scheduling a professional whitening. This can be an especially good idea if you are on the job market, have recently earned a promotion that will require more face time with clients, or simply aren’t happy with the way your teeth look.

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