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5 Ways to Get a Beautiful Smile in Time for Your Wedding

Posted in Teeth Whitening

You don’t need a special reason to show off your smile with confidence. But your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event that will be memorialized for decades to come in photos and videos. You want to look especially good on your very special day!

Here are a few ways you can make your smile look younger, healthier, and brighter in time for your wedding day. At least a couple of these solutions are guaranteed to work with any budget and schedule.

  1. Professional Teeth Whitening

You can’t go wrong with teeth bleaching. A professional teeth whitening treatment will take years off your smile in a single appointment and saves you the risk and hassle of experimenting with at-home teeth whitening.

  1. Dental Bonding

A small patch or two of tooth-colored filling material can completely transform your smile in minutes. Dental bonding is an instant fix for minor smile imperfections like chipped and unevenly-spaced teeth.

  1. Dental Veneers

If you have the month to schedule a few appointments for veneers, go for it! Veneers completely cover the fronts of your upper front teeth to give you a permanently beautiful and uniform smile.

  1. Accelerated Ortho Treatment

Dying to close up that gap between your front teeth before your wedding? You may qualify for a problem-focused short-term braces treatment.

  1. Dental Crowns 

Caps are the classic solution for enhancing smiles and have the added advantage of restoring damaged teeth. 

Make time to visit a cosmetic dentist several months to a few weeks before your big day. You’ll get more recommendations for fast and affordable treatments that will give you the smile of your dreams just in time for the wedding of your dreams!

Posted on behalf of:
Wayne G. Suway, DDS, MAGD
1820 The Exchange SE #600
Atlanta, GA 30339
(770) 953-1752

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