How to Look Younger at 45

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How to deal with a maturing smile?

In time, your tooth enamels are likely to fade. Also, yellow dentin and darker teeth are probably more common as you age.


A number of options and cosmetic procedures are available to help deal with. These include daily brushing and flossing, whitening toothpaste, or (if possible) try professional teeth whitening procedure! These options are usually safe enough for most people. They only have little to no effect on the oral health. But to keep safe, consider visiting a dentist every half a year!

Your diet can help, too. Over time what you eat would factor into discoloring and staining of your teeth. One of the most common culprits is cigarette smoking.

Furthermore limit colored foods, coffee, and tea at night. If you have to – brush your teeth afterwards, especially before going to bed!

Wearing the right lipstick is also a good idea. Try a gloss, red, or berry lip color with blue undertones. For a dazzling white smile, choose shades like classic, wine, or cherry red. And avoid a matte lipstick. Instead, use a semi-gloss or glossy formula so your lips and mouth are likely to look brighter!

Consider dermatological procedures (if necessary)!

Intrinsically risk factors (your genetics) are probably unchangeable. But some treatments are available to help slow your extrinsically ageing. And there are lots of procedures to choose from, which can range from topical solutions and non-invasive procedures to minimally invasive procedures.

Anti-aging creams, serums, and other topical solutions are overwhelming out there. Since they are not strictly monitored by the FDA, many of them are nothing more than a snake oil. So it’s important to have a little homework before making a deal. Do they work? The ingredients that they contain would play a key role. See more this issue in here!

In general, topical solutions are only aimed to help provide subtle improvements. If your aging skin is moderate to severe, more aggressive treatments are probably required. These may include:

  1. Dermal filler injections. The most common one is with hyaluronic acid to help promote a plumper, more complexion youthful looking.
  2. Non-invasive procedures to help promote skin firmness. For examples laser treatment (like Clear + Brilliant®), or with ultrasound and radiofrequency technology (like Thermarge® and Ultraformer®).
  3. Surgical procedures — eyelid cosmetic surgery, facelift, or brow lift for examples.

Whether or not you opt for one of these procedures is a personal choice. See a certified dermatologist for more guidance about your best options, risks, and benefits!


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