Five Myths About Veneers

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Veneers have transformed the smiles of several patients over the years, however, there are people who still believe that veneers won’t help improve their smiles. In fact, there are many myths about veneers that have made many people question the wonderful dental treatment. The following are five of the most common myths about veneers:

Myth #1: Veneers are bright and noticeable.

Fact: Veneers have come a long way over the years and are actually quite natural-looking compared to other dental treatments. The color, shape and thickness are all customizable and blend seamlessly with the patient’s natural teeth. In most cases, veneers are not noticeable and help enhance one’s smile.

Myth #2: Veneers are only used in cosmetic dentistry.

Fact: While the primary purpose of veneers is to improve a patient’s teeth, veneers can also be used to rebuild molars, improve facial profiles and replace worn out or misshapen teeth.

Myth #3: The application of veneers is painful.

Fact: Like any other dental procedure, the patient is given a local anesthetic, so there’s no pain or discomfort. The sensitivity is typically during the time a patient has to wear temporary veneers while the permanent ones are being fabricated. Once the patient’s permanent veneers are placed, the sensitivity is usually eliminated.

Myth #4: Veneers require the dentist to file down my tooth before application.

Fact: This is one of the most common myths surrounding veneers. Although there is some reshaping that is usually required before the veneer is applied, most patients only need a minimal amount. Veneers are made finger nail thin, so less prep work is required.

Myth #5: Veneers are only necessary for the front teeth.

Fact: Veneers are commonly applied the first six front teeth since they’re the most visible, but they can actually be used anywhere in the mouth. Many patients use them on their lower teeth and premolars to help even or widen their smile.

As you can see there are many myths surrounding veneers. Don’t let the myths about veneers fool you though, veneers can help patients that have suffered from dental trauma, excessive wear, tooth decay and many more dental problems.

If you’re interested in improving your smile with veneers, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding veneers.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

Reasons to Consider Porcelain Veneers

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There are many reasons that people choose to get porcelain veneers placed. Porcelain veneers can help improve many dental issues, ranging from brightening a discolored smile to repairing a cracked tooth. Porcelain veneers are thin custom-made shells of porcelain that are used to cover the front surface of one or more teeth. Now that you’ve got an idea of what they are, here’s a list of reasons one may consider getting porcelain veneers:

  • You have severally stained or discolored teeth. Not everyone’s teeth responded to teeth whitening techniques. Sometimes staining can go through the enamel, staining the dentin and discoloring it. Teeth whitening techniques, such as bleaching may not be viable in these types of cases. In such cases, porcelain veneers are a great alternative.
  • You have misshapen or worm teeth. Slightly misaligned teeth can be treated with porcelain veneers rather than with braces. Some orthodontic work can take years to improve misalignments, while veneers can improve one’s smile within a week or two. Veneers can even reduce the size of gaps and create a perfectly aligned smile.
  • Porcelain veneers are a long-lasting. By practicing proper oral hygiene and visiting your dentist for regular checkups and professional cleanings, porcelain veneers can last up to 15 years.
  • Quick solution to enhance your smile. It can take as little as 3 visits to your dentist’s office to get a set of porcelain veneers, making them a quick and easy solution to obtaining a beautiful smile.
  • There’s no pain involved. Placing porcelain veneers is a simple dental procedure. Anesthetics are not required as the actual procedure doesn’t cause pain or any significant discomfort.
  • Veneers can change your life. Last but very not least, porcelain veneers can completely change your life in the most positive way. Not only can they drastically improve a patient’s smile, porcelain veneers can improve one’s self-confidence.

If you’re ready to enhance your smile with porcelain veneers, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding porcelain veneers.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

Would I Be a Good Candidate for Porcelain Veneers?

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Do you find yourself avoiding smiling in social situations or in public due to the appearance of your teeth? If the answer is yes, you are not alone, as there are several people that are unhappy with the appearance of their smile.

Luckily, there have been many advances in cosmetic dentistry that allow dental professionals to enhance and improve your smile. One of the more popular options in cosmetic dentistry include the use of porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are customized to match your natural teeth and blend in seamlessly, creating extremely natural looking results. The porcelain veneers are bonded directly onto your natural tooth to conceal imperfections.

Am I an ideal candidate?

Porcelain veneers are an appropriate choice for several dental problems. You may be an ideal candidate for porcelain veneers if:

You have severely stained teeth. While most whitening methods are highly effective in treating mild to moderate teeth discoloration, extremely dark stains will not respond to teeth whitening treatments. Porcelain veneers will cover up any dark stains, including internal discoloration.

You have many cosmetic problems you’d like to improve.  Porcelain veneers are a very versatile dental treatment. For example, if you have mildly misshapen teeth, a cracked tooth and some stained teeth, you can correct all of these dental issues with porcelain veneers.

You have minor cosmetic imperfections in the structure of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are great choice to conceal minor imperfections in your teeth, such as chips, cracks, discoloration and teeth that are slightly misshapen. While dental bonding can treat this dental problems as well, porcelain veneers provide much more natural looking results.

You have good oral health. Before undergoing any cosmetic dentistry procedures, it is very important that you have good oral health. If you have any dental problems, such as gum disease or tooth decay, you should have them treated beforehand to increase your chances of being an ideal candidate for porcelain veneers.

You have enough tooth enamel. Porcelain veneers are bonded to your tooth enamel. Although your dentist will have to remove a thin layer of your tooth, the underlying enamel remains. If you don’t have enough enamel, the porcelain veneer won’t have a strong bonding surface to adhere to your tooth.

You have fairly straight teeth.  Porcelain veneers can help correct mildly crooked teeth, however, if your teeth are severely misaligned or you have a bad bite, you won’t be a good candidate for veneers. Severally misaligned teeth can put pressure on your teeth and cause a porcelain veneer to crack.

You don’t clench or grind your teeth. Grinding your teeth, commonly referred to as bruxism, is known to damage porcelain veneers. The same applies is you consistently bite your nails, chew ice, or use your teeth as tools.

You practice proper oral hygiene daily. Porcelain veneers are placed on the surface of your teeth, making it extremely important to keep your gums and teeth healthy by practicing proper oral hygiene. Proper oral hygiene involve you brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each session and flossing at least once. It’s also very important to visit your dentist for checkups on a regular basis.

If you’re interested porcelain veneers and would like to see if you would be an ideal candidate, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding porcelain veneers.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

Alternatives That Can Improve Your Smile

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Not everyone is an ideal candidate for teeth whitening. Teeth whitening isn’t recommended if you have tooth colored fillings, crowns or bonding on your front teeth. The whitening gel cannot change the color of these types of dental materials, which will make them stand out in your freshly whitened smile. In such cases, patients may want to look into alternative options, such as veneers or dental bonding.

What are veneers?

Dental veneers are thin pieces of porcelain or plastic that are bonded to the front of your teeth to improve their appearance or function. Veneers can aid in improving teeth that are severely discolored, chipped or misshaped. Veneers are stain-resistant to classic stains, making them a very popular option for people looking to have a perfect smile. There are two types of veneers:

  • Porcelain veneers. This type of veneer must first be fabricated in a dental lab to fit your teeth and typically requires two office visits. Porcelain veneers cost between $1000-$2,500 per tooth and last from 15-20 years, depending on well you care for them.
  • Composite veneers. This type of veneer is bonded to your tooth enamel in a single visit. Composite veneers cost much less, around $250 per tooth, but only last around 5-7 years.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding uses a tooth-colored composite resin to restore teeth that are chipped or broken, slightly gapped, discolored or misshapen. Bonding can also be used as a cosmetic alternative to silver fillings. After applying a mild etching solution that slightly roughens the surface of your tooth and allows the bonding material to adhere, your dentist will apply the composite resin and will begin to sculpt and shape the bonding material. Following the sculpting, your dentist will use a high-intensity light to harden the material and then finely polish the restoration.

  • Several patients choose bonding over silver fillings due to it looking more natural. The material can be match to your natural tooth color.
  • A disadvantages of bonding compared to silver fillings is that they are bit more pricey, costing from $300-$600 per tooth. Also, because the bonding material is more porous, smokers will see that it yellows.

Only a dental professional can help determine if you’re an ideal candidate for veneers or dental bonding. If you would like to see if you’re an ideal candidate for veneers or bonding, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding dental bonding or veneers.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

Benefits of IV Sedation in Dentistry

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If you’re one of the many people who suffer from dental anxiety or sensitive gag reflex, you know how it feels when you may need a dental procedure or routine checkup. These two factors keep many people from visiting the dentist.

Fortunately, modern dentistry now has many ways to ease a patient’s fears and help relax them during treatments. There are many people that deal with dental anxiety, a sensitive gag reflex or just fear of the dentist in general, and that’s where sleep dentistry comes in.

What is sleep dentistry?

For people that avoid the dentist due to dental anxiety or a sensitive gag reflex, sleep dentistry may be the perfect solution. Many dental professionals use the term “sleep dentistry” when referring to IV sedation. This terminology can be confusing to some, as it suggests that the patient would be asleep during the dental procedure. In reality, patients actually remain conscious and are able to respond to requests during IV sedation. However, patients sometimes don’t remember much or anything at all. This is due to two reasons:

  1. IV sedation induces patients into a deep relaxation and a feeling of not feeling bothered about what’s going on.
  2. The drugs that are used for IV sedation produce either partial or full memory loss from the time it’s administered until it wears off. This will make it seem as if time is passing quickly. Patients won’t be able to recall much or anything at all. This is why it may seem as if you were asleep during the dental procedure.

Benefits of IV Sedation

  • IV sedation kicks in right when it’s first administered and the drug dosage can be altered to fit each individual patient.
  • A safe level of deep sedation can be reached with IV sedation, as where oral sedation and inhalation sedation can be unpredictable. IV sedation is safe and effective.
  • Certain treatments can be performed at a fast pace and with fewer office visits with the help of IV sedation.
  • With IV sedation, your gag reflex is greatly diminished. If you are using IV sedation for gag reflex, then your dentist may try inhalation sedation first.
  • IV sedation allows patients to be conscious, while also relaxing them. This allows them to cooperate with the dentist instructions and be relaxed at the same time.
  • Recovery time is typically shorter with IV sedation. This is mostly because the drug dosage can be tailored.

Now that you’ve gotten a little more familiar with sleep dentistry, maybe you’ll be able to visit your dentist to get that much need dental procedure done. Don’t let your dental anxiety or sensitive gag reflex keep you from visiting the dentist.

If you would like to learn more about IV sedation, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule an appointment today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding sedation dentistry.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

Dental Crowns and Bridges vs. Dental Implants

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There are many risk factors that can result in tooth loss, such as injury, disease or tooth decay. Thankfully due to modern dentistry, proper dental treatments can replace your missing teeth, and also improve your confidence and smile. In fact, proper dental treatments may even improve your smile in the long run. While there are many dental treatments that can replace missing teeth, were going to focus on crowns and bridges vs. dental implants.

What are crowns and bridges?

Both dental crowns and bridges are known as fixed dental prosthetic devices. Unlike other dental appliances like dentures, dental crowns and bridges can only be removed by a professional. The dental appliance consists of false teeth in the middle and one or more anchoring crowns on either side.  Crowns and bridges are placed by cementing them to the affected tooth, and in some cases to a dental implant. The upside to this dental treatment is that it doesn’t requires oral surgery.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots (or “posts”) that are integrated into the jawbone to support a crown. After being placed into the jawbone through a short surgical procedure, the artificial tooth root must fuse with the jawbone to stay firmly anchored in the correct position. Once the implant fuses with the jawbone (which takes between 3-6 months), a crown is attached to the post. The post protrudes above the gum line and provides a surface where the crown is either screwed or cemented into place.

Bridges compared to implants

Before you choose which dental treatment you would like to go forth with to replace missing teeth, you should take the following into consideration:

  • How long they both last. If taken of care of properly, dental implants can last many years and typically last a patient of the age 45 the rest of their lifetime. The crown may have to be replaced every 10-15 years due to normal wear and tear, but the implant itself is permanent. Dental bridges typically need to be replaced periodically, but can last up to 10 year or more by practicing proper oral hygiene
  • Long-term oral health. Bone and tissues loss occurs underneath dental bridges where the tooth was missing or extracted, which can cause the remaining teeth to become unstable. Dental implants, on the other hand, are the only dental restorations that simulate bone growth, which preserves both the bone and gums.
  • Oral hygiene. Using a specific type of floss and other dental tools are required to clean underneath the dental bridge and to keep them free of plaque. Dental implants require excellent oral hygiene, but can be brushed and flossed just like natural teeth.
  • The appearance. While modern bridges look natural, as the bone and gum tissue are lost over time, gaps can form underneath the dental appliance. Dental implants deliver the high-quality aesthetic results. The crown arises through the top of your gums in the same way a natural tooth would.

When it comes to making a final decision, it all depends on what you’re looking for. The best option would be dental implants, but if you’re looking for quick results and want to avoid surgery, a dental bridge would be best option for you.

If you would like to further explore your options for replacing missing teeth, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

What is Sedation Dentistry?

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Do you become anxious at the first thought of having to visit the dentist? If you’re one of the many people who suffer from dental anxiety or dental phobia, you know how stressful it can be to get a simple dental procedure done. Those that suffer from dental anxiety or dental phobia typically tend to feel anxious even before stepping foot into the dentist office.

Fortunately, those that do suffer from dental anxiety or dental phobia, sedation dentistry may be the answer to help relieve their anxiety and fear. Dental sedation can be used in dental procedures ranging from invasive oral surgery to a simple professional cleaning. The method of dental sedation used is all based around the severity of the patients fear and anxiety.

What is sedation dentistry?

Sedation dentistry, also referred to as “sleep dentistry”, uses medication to help ease and relax patients before or during their dental procedure. There are many methods that can be used in sedation dentistry. As mentioned before, the method all depends on the severity of the patients fear and anxiety. The following includes a list of the levels of sedation:

Minimal Sedation- Patient is awake but relaxed.

Moderate Sedation- Patient may slur words when speaking and not remember much.

Deep Sedation- Patient is on the brim of consciousness but can still be woken up.

General Anesthesia- Patient is completely unconscious.

What methods of sedation are used in dentistry?

The following include the four most common methods of sedation dentistry:

  • Nitrous Oxide- You simply breathe the nitrous oxide, also referred to as laughing gas, combined with oxygen through a mask that is placed over your nose. This nitrous oxide helps calm the patient’s nerves. This method requires little recovery, however, you will still need to have someone drive you home after the procedure.
  • Oral Sedation- This method involves the patient taking an oral medication the night before and day of the dental procedure. The medication will help ensure that the patient is calm and relaxed during the procedure. The recovery time for this method is a bit longer, so be sure to have someone drive you home after the procedure.
  • IV Sedation- This method is considered to be moderate to deep sedation. This type of dental sedation is administered into the bloodstream, which results in immediate relaxation. Like oral sedation, the recovery time does take longer and you will require a ride home after the dental procedure.
  • General Anesthesia- This is the method of dental sedation which makes the patient either almost unconscious or fully unconscious during the dental procedure. While under general anesthesia the patient cannot be easily awakened until the effects fully wear off. Like all methods of dental sedation, you will require a ride home.

As you can see there are many ways you can conquer your dental phobias and get dental work you need. If you suffer from dental anxiety or dental phobia, your dentist will be able to choose the best method of sedation dentistry to help put you at ease during your dental procedure.

If you have questions or concerns regarding dental sedation, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS 727-785-8017. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding sedation dentistry.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

What’s So Great About Laser Dentistry?

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There are many dental procedures that greatly benefit from laser dentistry. One of the main reasons is due to how precise and effective laser dentistry is for dental procedures. However, the dentist must be experienced and have the ability to use the dental laser correctly to produce the best results without damaging the patient’s surrounding tissues.

What is a dental laser and how does it work in dentistry?

The dental laser is an instrument that delivers a form of intense light. When used in dentistry, the laser can be used as a cutting instrument or can remove or shape tissue. It can also be used for “curing” a dental filling, the laser helps strengthen the bond between the tooth and filling. Dental lasers are also used in teeth whitening procedures. The laser acts as a heat source and enhances the effects of the cleaning agents.

How are lasers used in dentistry procedures?

As I mentioned earlier, laser dentistry can be used in many dental procedures, some of which include the following:

  • Dental lasers remove and reshape gum and bone tissues during crown lengthening procedures
  • Dental lasers remove inflamed gum tissues and help treat gum disease
  • Dental lasers help remove bacteria during root canal treatments
  • Dental lasers speed up teeth whitening treatments
  • Dental lasers can perform biopsy procedures
  • Dental lasers can expose partially erupted wisdom teeth
  • Dental lasers can be used to remove tooth decay within the tooth

What are the benefits of laser dentistry?

There are many benefits that you can reap from laser dentistry. In certain procedures, dentists may not have to use a drill or administer anesthesia, thus allowing their patient to have a more relaxed and enjoyable experience. Dental lasers also minimize the amount of bleeding because the intense light beam aids in clotting the exposed blood vessels. They also reduce the amount of bacteria in both diseased gum tissue and cavities. Not to mention, laser dentistry helps wounds heal faster and allows tissues to be regenerated as well.

To see if laser dentistry could help improve your oral health, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to schedule a consultation today. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding laser dentistry.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

What Causes a Gummy Smile?

ThinkstockPhotos-185147513Have you noticed your smile showing a little bit more tooth or a little bit more gum than before? If you have, chances are, you may have a condition that’s referred to as excessive gingival display, or what’s more commonly known as a “gummy smile”.

A gummy smile can be caused or be a result of the following:

  • The abnormal eruption of teeth may cause an excessive display of your gum tissue. The excess gum tissue may then make the tooth appear much shorter than it actually is.
  • The muscles responsible for controlling the movement of your upper lips could be hyperactive. This could cause your upper lips to rise up higher, exposing more of your gum tissue every time you smile.
  • Irregularities in the growth and development of the upper jaw bone may cause your teeth to show more gums when you smile. For example, if the upper jaws within the gum tissue has some form of excessive bulging protrusion, you definitely would have a gummy smile.

Is a Gummy Smile Just An Esthetic Problem?

The esthetics of your smile is affected by four main factors, which are the shape and size of your lips and teeth, your facial muscles and your gum tissue.

Ideally, a good smile would show as little gum tissue as possible. It is for this reason that those with gummy smiles feel embarrassed about smiling and rarely want to smile.

A gummy smile, though, is not just an esthetic problem. It is possible that behind that gummy smile could be a serious underlying dental condition. For example, if the gummy smile is the result of improper development of the jaw or tooth, it may lead to bite problems that could undermine your oral health in the long term.

How To Fix A Gummy Smile 

The good thing is that there are plenty of available treatments for a gummy smile, and depending on the nature of your specific care, the treatment could be any of the following:

  • For minor cases, same-day laser treatments.
  • Surgical lip repositioning
  • Orthodontic treatment, such as braces, to help move teeth into their ideal positions.
  • Surgical sculpting of gingival tissues, as well as bone, or better known as gum contouring.
  • Maxillofacial surgery for bone repositioning.
  • Crown lengthening to remove excess gum tissue (and if necessary, this includes the bone) to create an even gum line and improve the appearance of one’s smile.

Most of these treatments are available at a general dentist’s or cosmetic dentist’s clinic. However, in worse cases, you may have to go to a periodontist, orthodontist or even an oral surgeon for treatment.

So many factors come into play when it comes to gummy smiles, which is why the first step in having it treated is to see a specialist first. There, the dental professional will check your teeth and gums to see if what the appropriate treatment for your particular case is.

If you’re suffering from a gummy smile, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017 to see what treatment options are available for you. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.

What Are The Different Types of Wrinkles And How Are They Treated?

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Wrinkles, for example, are signs of aging that you can, or rather, should do something about.

The Different Types of Wrinkles

According to the researchers at the University Hospital of Liege, Belgium and their published study that’s found in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science back in 2006, there are four distinct types of wrinkles that everyone has to face eventually.

These are:

  1. Atrophic Crinkling RhytidsThese fine lines are the result of the loss of elasticity in the skin and are usually parallel to one another. They can show up almost anywhere on the face, as well as the body, but may ‘disappear’ when you move your body.

Treatment: These wrinkles are the result of loss of elasticity in the skin, or the loss of collagen. To help stave them off for a few more years, be sure to protect your skin by applying sunscreen whenever you go out of the house. Also, you can use moisturizers to make your skin look more plump and minimize the appearance of these kinds of wrinkles.

  1. Permanent Elastic Creases – These wrinkles are crease lines that may become permanent over time, especially if you’re always exposed to the sun. Although they show up often on the cheeks, these crease lines may also appear on the upper lips and the base of the neck.

Treatment: Minimizing your exposure to the sun and stopping unhealthy habits such as smoking both do wonders in preventing this kind of wrinkling. Also, if you do have to expose yourself to the sun, be sure to use a sunscreen.

  1. Dynamic Expression Lines – These are wrinkles that are the direct result of facial muscle movement. These are also better known as frown or smile lines and crow’s feet.

Treatment: Botox is a type of injectable wrinkle treatment that these types of wrinkles are known to respond quite well to. Botox injections are available at the dermatologist’s and the dentist’s clinic.

  1. Gravitational Folds – As gravity and time takes its toll on the human skin, it begins to fold and sag and that’s when these lines and wrinkles typically occur. It’s been theorized by researchers that having a plumper face can help minimize gravitational folds compared to that of a lean face.

Treatment: Face lifts and other types of cosmetic surgery are the only options as far as this type of wrinkles goes.

While cosmetic treatment is almost always the best choice, it’s not exactly the cheapest. You can yourself a lot of cash by making sure that you don’t stay out of the sun too long and too often, as well as making sure that you wear sunscreen every time you step out of the house. Also, avoiding habits such as smoking and using cosmetic products, such as moisturizers, can help you in your fight against the effects of father time.

Of course, if you can afford them, you can always go for more ‘effective’ and more permanent treatments such as Botox injections and facelifts.

If you’re interested in facial rejuvenation and would like to know more, contact Dr. Larry Lieberman, DDS at 727-785-8017. Or visit www.dentist-lieberman.com for additional information regarding facial rejuvenation.

Dr. Larry Lieberman proudly accepts patients from Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and surrounding areas.