Why a healthy teeth? - Introduction
Why a healthy teeth?
A healthy and complete set of teeth largely determines how you come across to the other person during a first meeting. A radiant smile is your best calling card. If your teeth are not clean, incomplete or unkempt, your appearance will always be affected. Don't think: Nobody sees it, because I keep my mouth shut because that doesn't work. With a tense smile or pinched lips, you will draw extra attention to your teeth. This by no means means that your teeth must be perfect. As long as it is fresh and well cared for and you are satisfied with it, it's okay. Mind you, betrayal seeps in from all pores: if you are not really satisfied, but others say that you "should be", then your appearance is not optimal. You are probably used to smiling behind your hand or you have "a tight smile", trying to hide your teeth somewhat behind your lips. Unfortunately, this actually draws attention to what you want to keep hidden.
By trying to hide an ugly tooth, you draw attention to it.
You may be inclined to ask the question: "I just want six beautiful front teeth, can't we leave the rest as it is?" "The rest" usually means unsound teeth and molars. The answer to your question will normally be "no." Bad teeth and molars and unhealthy gums cause pathogenic bacteria in your mouth. An unfavorable starting situation. In addition, your dentist has taken an oath to treat your teeth to the best of his knowledge and ability and to ensure that you keep your teeth healthy for as long as possible. Putting six beautiful front teeth in neglected teeth is a doomed plan that your dentist will not want to implement.