Wedding season is upon us, and whether you are the bride or the groom, you want a smile that will shine in photographs. Visiting the dentist can not only help you improve the appearance of your grin but also address oral health concerns that are lying under the surface. There are also precautions and preventive steps you can take at home to get your picture-perfect smile in time for your big day.
Get Your Teeth Whitened
For many people, this is a go-to step to prepare for the day. We offer two types of teeth whitening: in-office and take-home kits. Both will give you professional results that are far superior to anything you can find in the store. This is a perfect solution if your wedding is several weeks or a month away and
Disguise Your Flaws With Veneers
If you want to hide flaws in your teeth like chips, cracks, stubborn stains, and uneven teeth, you may want to consider veneers. We offer custom veneers that are matched to your specifications and needs. We also have prepless veneers that don’t require your natural teeth to be altered in any way. You’ll want to start on this at least a couple of months before your wedding day.
Get Straightened Teeth
If you aren’t going to have your wedding until next year, start now to straighten your teeth. Our Invisalign treatment offers you a way to get straightened teeth much faster than traditional orthodontics. If you are the right candidate, you can have your teeth aligned by next year, just in time for your big day.
Address Oral Health Concerns
The last thing you want to do is avoid a dental problem and have it worsen on your wedding day or honeymoon. Schedule a checkup as soon as possible so we can examine your mouth and address any issues you may have right now. We’ll work with you on a solution so your smile is ready for the camera.
Avoid a Dental Emergency
No one likes to deal with an emergency, let alone before their wedding. Take precautions as you lead up to your big day. If you play sports, wear a mouthguard to protect your smile. In fact, we create custom-fit mouthguards that will guard your teeth, lips, tongue, and gums against injury. Beyond that, continue good oral hygiene at home by brushing twice a day, flossing at least once, and eating right. You’ll be glad you’ve done what you can to protect your smile from unnecessary damage and preventable disease.
Whether you want to find out which cosmetic options are for you or just want a regular checkup, we’d love to help you achieve a picture-perfect smile for your wedding day. For an appointment in Honolulu, HI call at 808-797-3680 or request an appointment online.