A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

How To Improve Your Smile Before Your Wedding Day

Oscar Allen

The day of your wedding promises to be one of the best days of your life. All eyes will be on you as you walk down the aisle and accept your loved one's hand in marriage. In all of the happiness you'll be experiencing, you're sure to smile a lot -- so it's important that your smile is flawless for the big day. Whether you have 6 months, 3 months or even just 2 weeks until your wedding day, there are steps you can take to improve your smile.

If your wedding is 6 months away...

Hurry down to your local orthodontist's office. Invisible aligners can be used to straighten crooked teeth, and although the typical treatment period for adults is about a year, improvements are made at every stage of treatment. This means your teeth will be noticeably straighter within 6 months, even if your treatment is not complete yet at this point. Unlike metal braces, invisible aligners are easy to snap in and out, so you can take them out on your wedding day. They're virtually invisible, so you don't have to stress about them showing up in pre-wedding photos.

If your wedding is between 3 and 6 months away...

It might still be worth your while to visit an orthodontist and ask whether invisible aligners will be able to straighten your teeth by your wedding day. Every case is different, and if your teeth are not overly crooked, you might only need a few weeks or months of treatment to see results.

Another option for improving your smile as your wedding day approaches is porcelain veneers. Veneers are thin layers of porcelain that fit over your natural teeth, so that anyone who looks at you sees the veneer rather than the tooth behind it. They can be used to mask slightly crooked teeth and are excellent for camouflaging discolored or chipped teeth. Veneers are typically applied in 2 quick appointments, making 3 months plenty of time to have them placed in your teeth.

If your wedding is only a couple of weeks away...

Even if your wedding is just a week or two away, there are things you can do to improve your smile. Visit your dentist for a professional whitening appointment. Unlike at-home treatments that can take weeks to work, professional whitening systems can whiten teeth up to 10 shades in a single hour of treatment.

If your teeth are crooked and chipped, not just discolored, it may be worth your while to look into the possibility of veneers, even if you're short on time. Explain to your dentist that you're getting married in a few days, and ask how quickly he or she can schedule veneer application appointments.

Don't let your wedding day be ruined by stained, crooked or chipped teeth. Follow these tips for last-minute dental fixes, and you'll be smiling with confidence as you become united with your partner for life. Make an appointment with a dental clinic like Wigwam Dental Care to get started.


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A New Smile Was the Best Investment of My Life

I grew up in a home with parents who did not insist on good dental hygiene. By the time I was old enough to know better, some damage had already been done. I had many cavities, crooked teeth, and some discoloration on my teeth. I knew it would not be easy to take my smile from where it was to where it is today, but I was determined to finally have nice teeth. I visited a dentist who was very nice and never judged me. We made a dental plan together. Spreading the procedures out over time made it much easier to afford them. I now have almost perfect teeth after all that hard work! I created this blog to help others who have dental problems that stem from bad childhood habits know there is hope! It is never too late to start seeing the dentist!