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Getting Married? Your Smile’s Important

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Getting Married? Don’t Forget Your Smile On Your Wedding Day

On the big day, your biggest fear might be losing your wedding ring somewhere on the trip down the isle, or a groomsman forgetting their tux. While every wedding is bound to have one or two little glitches in the ceremony, there’s one accessory nobody will help but notice: Your Smile.

When you’re walking down the isle, your smile is one of the most important details. Chances are, you won’t be hiding any of your teeth. And that’s why you need to make sure they’re looking their absolute best.

Because after everybody check’s out the bride’s dress – your face is what they are going to be looking at next!

Brighten Your Smile

Plan ahead to talk to your Florida dentist about whitening your teeth before your wedding. If you prefer in-office laser whitening, we recommend having the procedure done anywhere about two weeks before your wedding date. For take home whitening trays, plan about a month in advance.

Schedule a Cleaning

What could be worse than that first kiss as a couple, than having dirty teeth? While great brushing can lift soft plaque, it won’t remove calcified tartar buildup or heavy stains across your enamel. Tartar can also cause your gums to get swollen and red – not to mention cause bad breathe. If you’re behind on your cleanings, it’s not too late to get back on track.

Get a Cosmetic Consultation

About three to six months before your wedding, talk to your dentist about cosmetic or elective procedures like gingival recontouring, porcelain veneers, or corrective dental bonding. You can easily correct problems like teeth that are crowded, worn, chipped, or have old metal fillings inside of them.

You won’t be able to stop smiling on your wedding day. Make sure that when you do, it won’t be those problematic teeth that are standing out more than a dress, bouquet, or cake! Call and make your appointment today!

By | 2017-10-18T19:05:17+00:00 June 22nd, 2016|

About the Author:

Sharon has been a Texas Registered Dental Hygienist since 2001. In 2011 she began a career as a dental educator and writer, using her experience and education in the dental field to share information with patients and peers around the globe. In her spare time she enjoys running and has completed 2 marathons so far this year.

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