What are your retirement plans?
Perhaps you want to spend more time with your children and grandkids. Pursue a hobby like cooking, pottery, or painting. Travel to new places.
But have you thought about a plan for your teeth?
Just because you’re retiring from the daily grind doesn’t mean your teeth get a break from their job! Retirement is a great time to start thinking about positive changes you can make in your oral health.
Get A Fresh New Start
It’s never too late to pick up good oral hygiene habits. Even if you’ve slacked off in years past, take advantage of the fact that you’ll have more free time in the days to come. This presents the opportunity to get into a new habit of brushing and flossing every day.
Don’t Look Your Age!
Why not use some of those funds you’ve squirreled away to get that smile makeover you’ve always wanted?
No says that retirement means you have to look like you’re retired. Shave decades off your appearance by:
- Whitening your teeth
- Closing up gaps
- Smoothing chipped tooth edges
- Replacing lost teeth
Take Care Of Yourself
With aging come a few dental concerns unique to senior citizens. These can include long tooth roots, darkening teeth, and dry mouth. Prepare yourself for the challenges to come by talking with a dental professional at Noble Smiles Dentistry.
At Noble Smiles, we’re proud to service the dental needs of Noblesville community members of all ages. Let us help you get the best smile of your life! Call our office to schedule an appointment.
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