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When the time comes to build your best smile, it is important to always take the necessary steps in regard to your age. As you get older, it is important to remember that your teeth may weaken over time, so your teeth may become more brittle as you age. Furthermore, if you are a teen, several peer pressure risks can arise that can put your teeth and gums at a severe risk for dental damage.

The last of your adult teeth will grow in when you are a teen. Your wisdom teeth begin to erupt as a teen and will be the last set that you ever receive. Thus, it is important to begin to make sure you understand the gravity of taking care of your teeth as they will need to last you for decades to come. However, with optimum oral hygiene treatments and effective care, you can keep your teeth safe for the remainder of your life.

Several risks to your oral health can arise to do sports or other high-risk activities that you may be participating in. Due to the risks of blunt trauma and instant oral accidents and injuries, you can help to limit and prevent emergencies by always wearing the necessary safety gear and oral appliances. This can include things as simple as mouth guards or full facial guards in the form of helmets and facemasks. Always remember to do everything you can to keep your smile safe at all times.

Do you have any further questions concerning teenage dentistry? St. George Kids Dental remains committed to your oral health, so you are welcome to schedule an appointment with us by calling 435-673-3490. Dr. Trent Pryor and Dr. Jeff Higbee look forward to you stopping by our dentist office in St. George, Utah.