When you are getting ready for your walk down the aisle at your wedding, the last thing you want is for your less than perfect smile to put a damper on your big day. You want the joy on your face and in your smile to reflect the happiness of the day, not the flaws in your teeth. And you do not want to try to hold back your smile on the big day either. As such, you find yourself in need of smile improvements as you prepare for your wedding day. Get to know some of the dental procedures you can have done as you make all of your other plans and preparations.
Dental bonding is perhaps one of the simplest dental treatments you can get to improve and restore your smile leading into your wedding day. If you have minor cosmetic issues with your teeth, even extensive problems with the appearance of your smile, dental bonding can help.
The process of dental bonding is simple. Your dentist will use a resin composite material that looks just like your natural teeth (down to matching up the color) to fix issues such as chips, cracks, and unevenness in your teeth. The composite resin material is placed and shaped on your teeth and a special light is applied for several minutes. The light (as well as the heat from the light) makes the resin bond with your teeth forming a unified structure for your new teeth.
Dental bonding is a quick procedure, usually taking less than an hour per tooth, and is one of the more inexpensive cosmetic dentistry procedures. If you are looking for an easy fix for a few minor smile flaws before your big day, dental bonding is just the ticket for you.
If you have teeth that are missing entirely or your dentist tells you one or more of your teeth have too much damage for dental bonding to suit your needs, you may want to consider dental implants as your go-to dental procedure. Dental implants work by creating a structurally and aesthetically sound tooth replacement option.
The dental implant itself is actually a device that looks much like a screw that is inserted into the jawbone. This mimics the root of a tooth and provides the anchor for the rest of the replacement tooth. This replacement tooth itself is attached to the implant along the gums and is made of porcelain or ceramic.
These teeth look and function just like your natural teeth. In your wedding photos, they will be indistinguishable from the rest of your teeth, giving you that perfect smile you are looking to have for your big day.
Now that you have a few ideas of the steps you can take to get the perfect smile for your wedding day, you can schedule your appointments and get the process started as soon as possible.Share