The wedding season is on and everyone is busy with shopping, decorations and bachelorette parties. All the “to-be brides and grooms” dream about their big day and want everything to be perfect. But have you thought about your perfect smile? Here are a few tips and treatments to correct your teeth and you will be certainly walking confidently on the aisle with million dollar smile on your face.
Dr. Lerch, DDS, an accredited member of AACD says, ”People always want a brighter smile. Hence, teeth whitening is something we see a whole lot before weddings.”
Teeth whitening is an incredibly popular dental procedure during the time leading up to a wedding. Most home kits are not as effective as a professional tooth whitening procedure. You can do this procedure about 60 days before your big day.
If your tooth is broken or fractured, a crown offers a proper functionality and right aesthetics. It can also be used for just aesthetic, in time for pictures. Crowns are great for helping with bite, alignment issues, jaw pain, and confidence.
This process involves several visits to the dentist. Porcelain dental veneers can give you a perfect smile. Make sure you visit your dentist at least 60-90 days before your wedding.
Crooked or misaligned teeth creates a series of issues. Malaligned teeth can lead to jaw pain, food impaction and discomfort in the mouth. However, properly aligned teeth can eliminate the risk of experiencing these issues. Clear braces like Invisalign will surely give you a perfect smile.
Dental Tips before your Big Day
- Go easy on drinks and outside food. You must be invited by friends, relatives for a pre-wedding feast. Moreover, you must be planning a bachelorette. Limit your eating to crunchy snacks and sticky foods. Also, avoid drinking too much coffee, or alcohol.
- Stick to fiber diet. Foods like carrots, cucumber, and broccoli flush away all the toxins in your mouth and reduce bad breath.
- Visit your dentist regularly for checkups and treatments.
In Conclusion, your big day will preserve your memory for a lifetime and so will your teeth with million dollar smile. A treatment specially done before your wedding will remain forever.