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Find your age

We believe that dental care or facial aesthetics treatment should be for life. That is why, here at Features Nottingham, we cater to all ages and aim to provide care and treatment that will last for years to come.

Below you can find your age and read through to understand how to take care of your teeth and skin and what treatments (if any) you should consider.

Teeth for life – different ages and stages

  • Child 0-9
    Child 0-9

    Getting children into the habit of caring for their teeth is an essential part of growing up. Simple things such as observation and pretend play can help them to start thinking about the importance of their teeth.

    Between 3 – 9 years teeth start to form and develop from baby to adult teeth and so regular dentist visits are required, (no matter how scary they may seem!)

  • Adolescent 10-19
    Adolescent 10-19

    While taking care of your teeth may be the last thing on your mind as you’re going through puberty, it’s still important to take extra care of your teeth.

    Simple things such as regular check-ups, good oral hygiene, and a balanced diet with little sugar and mouth guards (if you happen to be into your sports!) can really help.

    Treatments that may be considered: Teeth whitening

  • Young adults 20-29

    Here’s where it gets serious – as your teeth are fully formed it’s important to take the extra care.

    Brushing twice a day (we recommend using an electric toothbrush but a regular one will do just fine), flossing daily to remove any leftover food, daily use of mouth wash and maintaining a healthy diet are essentials to keep your teeth looking great. We also recommend changing your tooth brush every three months.

    Treatments that may be considered: Teeth whitening, Composite bonding, Dental veneers, Dental implants (for accidents and injuries to teeth)

  • Adult 30-39

    Similar to previous years, taking extra care of your teeth is important. Regular check-ups, brushing twice a day, flossing (we recommend either dental floss or interdental brushes) and healthy eating with limited sugar intake are simple ways to maintain healthy teeth and gums.

    Treatments that may be considered: Teeth whitening, Composite bonding, Dental veneers

  • Middle Age 40-60

    Many experience their first signs of ageing during this time and see the effects of their lifestyle. So continuous dental care is vital, especially flossing and regular brushing.

    Treatments that may be considered: Teeth whitening, Composite bonding, Dental veneers, Dental Crowns Dental implants, Dental bridges, Dentures

  • Independent elder 60+

    More signs of ageing appear and so great dental care still remains vital. The ultimate goal is to keep your teeth for longer and more people are able to achieve this due to a combination of good life long dental care habits and new advances in treatments and technology. Both mean that teeth and gums are kept clean and many people keeping their teeth for life.

    Treatments that may be considered: Teeth whitening, Composite bonding, Dental veneers, Dental Crowns Dental implants, Dental bridges, Dentures


Skin Care for Life– different ages and stages

  • Child 0-9
    Child 0-9

    Protection from the sun’s harmful rays is important for children and infants. A sun lotion or moisturiser with SPF 30+ will do just fine.

  • Adolescent 10-19
    Adolescent 10-19

    A healthy and balanced diet can do wonders for your skin! Having plenty of water along with foods rich in vitamin C, Vitamin E, Omega-3 and powerful antioxidants are great for the skin and can take care of common skin conditions such as Eczema and acne.

  • Young adults 20-29

    As a young adult, you may want to prepare for long term skin health as things like sun damage, alcohol and smoking can start premature ageing of skin – causing lines to appear. However, the earlier you deal with this, the better. Injectable wrinkle reduction treatment can be used to eliminate crease lines and prevent wrinkles from permanently forming.

  • Adult 30-39

    Skin starts to lose its elasticity and volume during these years and so hydration is essential to good skin care. Some fine lines and wrinkles may become visible – either from lifestyle or the natural process of ageing. Injectable wrinkle reduction treatment can be very effective at this time to get rid of wrinkles and improve the thickness of your skin.

  • Middle Age 40-60

    Skin ageing is becoming more noticeable and any sun damage or lifestyle factors from before will become more evident. This is a critical time for treatment as the skin can still respond to rehydration with effective treatment. Injectable wrinkle reduction treatment is still very effective to remove the some lines but deeper ones may require dermal fillers. Other lines such as naso-labial lines can be treated with dermal fillers as well as re-pouting the lips. The skin texture can be rejuvenated using a light filler.

  • Independent elder 60+

    Skin becomes drier causing some obvious lines and wrinkles. Your face will begin to change shape through the loss of collagen and elastin in the skin. Injectable wrinkle reduction treatment can still be used however. For very pronounced lines, though, fillers will be the better option. Cheek enhancement is also effective to lift the sagging skin and to change the shape of the face without surgery.