Chipped, cracked, discoloured, and stained teeth are some of the most common issues that could occur in wedding photos. As a bride, you will be expected to smile a lot and smiling is all you will be doing all day. So it’s a major part of your way to a wedding makeover.
Thankfully, there are plenty of things you can do throughout your engagement to ensure that a near-perfect smile is possible on your wedding day. Whether you need a few months of at-home TLC or a full professional overhaul, here are 3 things dentists suggest before you get married.
Get cleaning done
Professional dental cleanings aren’t just for keeping your smile bright; they can have a significant impact on your general health. Getting your teeth cleaned can help remove most of the stains that dull and discolor your teeth, so you’ll be left with a brighter, whiter smile.
Tooth whitening process of removing stains and discoloration from teeth, through a calculated process of bleaching teeth. According to most cosmetic dentists, teeth whitening is the most sought-after procedure by individuals before big events such as weddings, so fix your appointment at least a few days before your wedding to.make sure you don’t have any sensitivity.
Watch Your Toothpaste
Avoid toothpaste with abrasive ingredients like silica, especially if you have sensitive teeth or you don’t have much stain buildup. Look for clay based toothpaste to try and get your tooth in good shape.
Consider Quick Fixes
Even if you don’t go for a major overhaul, there are certain things you can do the day of to make your teeth look close to perfect. Try whitening strips or go for a body cleanse to try and clear your stomach which will prevent acid reflux to your mouth. Do not try any DIY solutions at the last minute; it might just turn disastrous
Now that you know the details, smile away on your big day! Good luck!