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3 Dental treatments to get before your BIG DAY!

Imagine this, all the arrangements leading up to your wedding have been completed. You are excited to don your wedding attire. Now, all that is remaining is to make sure you bring yourself and your picture-perfect smile to the big day.

But wait, what if your smiles aren’t exactly as perfect as they used to be?

The wedding venue will be filled to the brim, and you will look stunning as the star of the event, but what if you don’t feel confident enough with your current smile on your special day? Do you think it will affect your wedding photos?

Yes. It certainly will. Thus, we have composed a brief list of dental treatments that you need to pursue before you set foot on the aisle.

Dental Treatments to get before D-day:

You already know that the “wedding day” is supposed to be one of the best days of your life. But what makes any wedding, a perfect ceremony is the confident and happy smiles you portray to your loved ones.

These are some of the most sacred times of your lives, and you need to take the necessary steps to prepare yourself for an eventful and joyous day, which in the years to come, will be translated into the photographs you clicked during this time.

To have the beautiful smiles, that you will reminisce about later in the future, you need to get these dental treatments before your big day:

1. Restorative Dental Treatment

Composite Bonding:

They are cosmetic dental treatments that can help make your teeth look longer and enhance your smile. In this process, a thin tooth-coloured composite resin material to fix minor damages.

This includes closing gaps and spaces, concealing chips, filling cracks, and much more. Also, since the colour of the resin is matched to the colour of your teeth, it blends in perfectly with the rest of your pearly whites. Mostly performed by cosmetic dentists, dental bonding can help keep your tooth structure intact. Also, since they are easy to maintain, they will be a convenient mode of restorative treatment for busy brides and grooms.

Dental Veneers:

veneers are referred to as the thin outer covering shells, that are used to conceal the front side of your teeth. Similarly, to the function of teeth bonding, dental veneers can help cover the chipped, worn-out parts of the teeth. In addition to this, if your teeth are permanently stained, you can easily cover them using veneers. This way, you will be able to secure a star-studded smile at your wedding. Porcelain Veneers are a popular choice because they give the feel of natural teeth.

Since dental veneers are custom-made, they can easily be constructed in a manner that will fit the natural contours of your teeth, giving you a tooth-like appearance. They are also a cost-effective solution to concealing the gaps between your teeth.

Dental Crowns and Bridges:

Dental crowns are “caps” that are placed above the damaged tooth or teeth. The purpose of crown placement is to preserve the shape of the tooth while restoring its aesthetic function.

The purpose of a dental bridge is to help fill the space between one or more missing teeth. They help in improving the quality of your life, such as maintaining the function of your teeth and altering the shape of your face.

By employing a combination of our dental bridges and crowns, a perfect set of teeth is restored, and you will be able to achieve a lasting beautiful smile Also, both, bridges and crowns are better alternatives to dental fillings.

Dental Crowns and Bridges:

Dental crowns are “caps” that are placed above the damaged tooth or teeth. The purpose of crown placement is to preserve the shape of the tooth while restoring its aesthetic function.

The purpose of a dental bridge is to help fill the space between one or more missing teeth. They help in improving the quality of your life, such as maintaining the function of your teeth and altering the shape of your face.

By employing a combination of our dental bridges and crowns, a perfect set of teeth is restored, and you will be able to achieve a lasting beautiful smile Also, both, bridges and crowns are better alternatives to dental fillings.

2. Teeth Whitening Treatments

Need to get that pearly white look? Or want to show off a Holly wood smile at your wedding? Then you may need to consider getting teeth whitening treatment. By visiting your dentist, you can educate yourself on the best whitening treatments you can follow while prepping for your big day.

although both At-home teeth whitening, as well as professional teeth whitening, do the job of giving you a bright smile, our dentists suggest you undergo an at-office teeth whitening treatment.

This is because the element of personalization provided by professional teeth whitening added along with their application by dental experts helps assure you of a worry-free and effective tooth whitening session.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we offer both Zoom Teeth Whitening, as well as home teeth whitening systems, that are customized to correct your imperfections, thus enabling you to achieve a successful smile makeover.

3. Orthodontic Braces Treatment

Different types of braces can aid the bride or groom in aligning their teeth. However, to ensure that your teeth are straightened as the wedding date arrives, you will need to carry out these orthodontic treatments at least a year in advance.

Two of the most preferred removable braces that does the job of straightening your teeth are:

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces or clear braces, play a major role in straightening your teeth and fixing bite problems, while simultaneously giving you that virtually discreet look. Also, ceramic braces are stain-resistant and give you straighter teeth in no time (faster results).

Since these braces can be customized to the colour of your tooth, you can easily wear them, even while saying your vows!

Invisalign Braces

In case you have come to a late realization of needing to straighten your teeth before the wedding, then don’t worry, as Invisalign does the job perfectly.

if you choose to wear the Invisalign braces offered at Micris Dental Clinic, we can promise that you will look stunning on your wedding day.

Since these braces are made of clear and transparent material, that is tailor-made to your dental needs, they will fit your teeth in the desired manner, thus giving you a natural smile. Also, since these braces are comfortable to wear and easy to remove, they will suit your busy lifestyle.

4. Tips to take care of your teeth before the Big Day

Booking an Appointment

You need to book an appointment with your local dentist, to have the health of your gums and teeth evaluated. Routine dental check-ups will help you to identify any dental problems in the early stage. The quick intervention will help eliminate the risk of complicated dental treatments and procedures before the wedding day.

Get Professional Teeth Cleaning

As the day of your wedding draws nearer, you will experience a range of emotions that may overwhelm you. At this time, it is recommended that you get your teeth professionally cleaned. This is because, the following dental procedure will affect you both ways: physically and mentally.

Hence, not only will you feel calmer at the thought of having healthy and clean teeth, but you will also feel confident and satisfied at the idea of having a captivating smile, throughout your wedding day.

Improve your Smile with Teeth Whitening

Since teeth whitening is a rather time-consuming dental procedure that involves a consultation, treatment planning, hygienist work, and the actual whitening process, you will need to schedule and book an appointment with your dentist at least six weeks before the wedding.

Although teeth whitening at home may seem like a time and money-saving alternative, it may not always produce the desired effects. Hence, our dentists advise getting in-office teeth whitening treatments to prevent the possibility of compromising your teeth whites at the last minute.

Monitor your Diet Carefully

Look, we all know that the whites in your wedding attire + the white teeth= Are the perfect Union!

So, remember to remain watchful of your diet in the days leading up to your wedding. This is because cleaned and whitened teeth are easily susceptible to staining. Therefore, you should think about avoiding foods like coffee, red wine, barbecue sauces, and dark and sticky food to lower your chance of developing stained, yellowed, or discoloured teeth that might interfere with your flawless smile.

Substitute flavoured carbonated drinks for water. This will help keep your teeth white, as well as your mind and body healthy.

Make Wise Toothpaste Choices

When choosing a toothpaste, you should typically go for the one that has fluoride, but there are other ingredients to be aware of before making a decision. For instance, if you have sensitive teeth, then you may need to steer away from toothpaste with abrasive ingredients in its formula.

In addition to this, mouthwashes need to be selected carefully as well. Since a majority of the mouthwashes that we are familiar with include alcohol, they can significantly weaken the structure of your teeth.

Thus, opt for alcohol-free mouthwashes, to preserve the enamel of your teeth.

Start making plans right now to look your best on your wedding day and in every photo along the road to avoid regretting it later!

With these Dental treatments, you can finally say no to a closed mouth and tight smiles on your wedding day.

Check out our website to know more about our services. Glow with a stellar smile on your big day, all thanks to our team of dental experts at Micris Dental Clinic.

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