1. Yellowing of teeth: as you get older, the teeth become plaque as a result of a variety of bacteria, and the coloring of drinks like cola, strong tea, coffee, and so on, which we usually drink, is also deposited on the teeth for years to come. The teeth will slowly turn yellow and even dark brown.
Halitosis: halitosis can occur if you have lung, stomach disease, or internal maladjustment. Bad breath is like an awkward "card" in public. No matter how bright you look, opening your mouth will definitely make you unwelcome.
3, root exposed: root exposed that gingival atrophy phenomenon, but also may be accompanied by larger teeth, teeth become longer or loose, and so on, if you eat hot and cold food, teeth will have sting pain.
4, the widening of the teeth: when the gums atrophy, the gums will not be able to wrap the teeth tightly. The gap between the teeth and the teeth will become bigger and bigger. In addition, if you have the habit of using a toothpick, it will also cause the widening of the teeth.
5, caries: dental caries that we often say "cavities", if dental caries do not treat, with the increase of age, oral cavity will appear toothache, gingival atrophy, tooth gap become wider and other problems, but also may cause pulpitis, periodontitis, bring trouble to life.
6, tooth sensitivity: eating hot, cold, acid and other irritant food, teeth will appear sore, sharp pain, this is a typical manifestation of tooth sensitivity. The occurrence of tooth sensitivity is mainly related to gingival atrophy caused by periodontal disease.
7, gingival bleeding: when brushing teeth, chewing food, if there is often bleeding, we should be on guard, because gingivitis, interdental papilltis, gingival inflammatory hyperplasia, Oral diseases such as inflammatory periodontitis and necrotizing gingivitis can cause bleeding.
8. Tooth loosening: tooth loosening occurs when periodontal tissue is severely damaged.
Loss of teeth: trauma, dental disease, periodontal disease, and so on can lead to tooth loss. After tooth loss, the oral environment changes, and the incidence of various oral diseases will increase, which will further aggravate the loss of other teeth and accelerate the aging of teeth.
10. Chewing powerlessness: when you bite a hard object, your teeth will hurt and you will not be able to bite it. At this point, you should be alert to the presence of root exposures or to check for changes in the surrounding tissues.
When we are young, most of us don't worry about oral problems, but as we get older, our teeth age and develop symptoms. If your teeth get old, how can you smile happily? Therefore, the prevention of oral aging, oral health care is very important!