The Key to Vibrant Lives Restoring Youth Recovering Health
Face Lift Dentistry
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and appearance as we age is the key to holding onto our youth, and our smile has a profound impact on our overall image and appearance. Cracked teeth, chipped or missing teeth, and too long or too short teeth can make you look older than you are.
You might be skeptical about the idea that altering your teeth could make you look younger but take it from the experts and our patients’ testimonials: Our expert cosmetic dentist, Dr. Maryam Horiyat, says “getting your teeth fixed to create a harmony within your face and naturally reestablish youthfulness”. Our patients confirm that they are enthralled when Dr. Horiyat restored their youthful appearance by correcting aging on their smiles without invasive facelifts or surgery.
Aria Dental is a pioneer in anti-aging solutions for whole-body health as a result of oral health. With our holistic, biological, and integrative approaches, we can help to transform your smile into a natural-looking way, using a combination of cosmetic dentistry and true natural anti-aging health secrets.
To restore your youthfulness with long-lasting results, call or text us at: (949) 364-9600.
Anti-aging Comprehensive Approaches
(Health | Beauty | Vitality)
How Does Aging Affect Your Smile & Facial Aesthetics?
Your teeth are the foundation for your face. When that foundation begins to crumble, it creates a ripple effect on the rest of your face: lips sagging, fine lines appearing, a sunk-in look, etc.
Triangle of Youth Vs. Pyramid of Aging
What Is Anti-aging Dentistry?
Anti-aging dentistry is more than cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry is primarily focused on improving the appearance of your smile, not your entire face. Anti-aging dentistry refers to techniques and treatments designed to promote a beautiful, youthful appearance while improving the shape of the face by optimizing the jaw joints; it changes the way your teeth support your facial structures and give you a younger-looking smile. Anti-aging dentistry uses cosmetic dentistry but with an added purpose, making you look younger from forehead to chin.
9 Common Ways Aging Affects Oral Health!
Shifting Facial Structure
The aging process often causes all our bones to get weaker and our collagen production to be reduced or stopped. When this phenomenon happens in our mouth, our dental arches get narrow, jawbone lose some of its fullness, and teeth shift inward or turn. In turn, this leads to your face appearing slimmer and sunken.
Collagens strengthen teeth & gum; it helps to bind our teeth together and keep them firmly placed in the gum. As our collagen production is reduced due to aging, our gum loses its elasticity and starts receding. The receding gum develops unusual dark “holes or spaces” at the corners of your teeth. Receding gum often result in tooth sensitivity and can lead to decay of root and ultimately tooth loss. Missing a tooth causes the remaining tooth to shift and affects a shift in facial structure.
Wear & Tear
Teeth are strong. Molars can press down with up to 200 pounds of force per square inch. With this kind of power in our jaw, the enamel on our teeth can wear away, teeth shorten from years of grinding, and teeth can become damaged over the years and loses their functionality; it also makes the face look caved in on profile, the lips appear thin and sucked in.
Saliva is essential to keeping your mouth healthy, and a dry mouth can be a major threat to a healthy mouth. As people age, the chance of experiencing dry mouth gets higher due to saliva gland production being less effective and more likely taking more medications. A dry mouth can cause bad breath, tooth decay, cavity formation, and gum disease.
Periodontal disease is a condition caused by an accumulation of plaque and bacteria in between teeth and gum; it is often preceded by gingivitis. Periodontal disease can cause teeth shifting, wobbly teeth, jawbone deterioration, reduced gum, and teeth loss which make people look older than their real age.
How you ever heard the expression that an older person is said to be “long in the tooth? As we age, our gum could recess more so our teeth appear longer and misshapen.
yellow, stained, and discolored teeth are a natural consequence of age or lifestyle choices, but they can make you look older than your actual age. A simple way to improve your smile is to whiten your teeth to get a younger, healthier, and more beautiful smile.
As our existing restorations such as amalgam fillings, bonding, and crowns age with our age, they appear dark and discolored which makes our faces look older.
When permanent teeth are missing, the teeth root are absent which causes the jaw to naturally ascend. Thus, the jawbone isn’t able to support the structure of the face. As the result, the facial structure not only will eventually starts collapsing, but also create nasolabial folds (wrinkles stretching from mouth to cheeks).
Smile Rejuvenation Fixes:
How Can We Help You to “stay Young & Healthy”?
As a certified and accredited holistic, biological, integrative, and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Maryan Horiyat, advocated routine exercise along with healthy and organic foods that are rich in antioxidants, low in sugar, and high in protein. As a certified holistic and biological cosmetic dentist, Dr. Horiyat practices homeopathic (Alternative Medicine for Oral Care) and biomimetic dentistry and advises her patients to brush and floss regularly with non-fluoride toothpaste; she educates her patients about social life and intimacy that lessen their chances for developing oral cancer. Dr. Horiyat wants her patients to minimize toxicity in their mouth and body to prevent medical conditions such as diabetes, heart condition, or autoimmune diseases; she urges the cessation of smoking, processed sugar, gluten, and overconsumption of alcohol or unnecessary pharmaceutical medications.
See Dr. Horiyat for an “Anti-Aging Dental Evaluation.” She can determine if changing old silver fillings with the Safe Amalgam Removal Technique (SMART) along with teeth whitening can give you just the “lift” that you need. If your teeth have been severely worn down or damaged, she can help you to build your teeth back up with full-mouth rehabilitation or cosmetic treatments such as porcelain veneers, dental implants, crowns, or other restorations to make a significant difference in your lips, cheeks, and profile.
Dr. Horiyat wants her patients to achieve a healthy and beautiful smile with metal-free, safe, and biocompatible materials; holistic and biological approaches; proven and minimally invasive techniques; and modern and innovative technologies.
Pioneer Biological & Advanced Cosmetic Dentist
Dr. Maryam Horiyat
in Orange County, CA
Fellowship Recipient from A Prestigious Academic Organizations
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