There will so many times that you will be told to smile on your wedding functions by your photographer, family, and friends, therefore you have to ensure to make your pearly whites look their absolute best. Even you being a bride must be concerned about the appearance of your teeth on your wedding day. There are many things that needs to be fixed such as teeth being chipped, cracked, discoloured, and even stained. But, you don’t need to worry about any of them as there are plenty of solutions available that will to ensure a near-perfect smile on your wedding functions.
Here are some common things that can be done to get a dazzling smile…
You have to start with a dentist’s visit. Whatever you want to do with your teeth needs to be started as soon as possible. There are treatments such as veneers, orthodontic treatments such as straightening and realignment that can take up to a year. So check with your dentist, who can also suggest a specialist for your treatment.
You can’t get your teeth whitened without getting them cleaned. Plus, cleaning will also help you to see what, kind of professional as well as no professional measures needs to be taken for that perfect smile.
It is suggested to not leave whitening for the last! It takes at least one to two week to get desired results, so it’s important to get the appointment at the right time. It is strictly advised not to get the professional whitening the day or night before.
Care at home
You must be taking care of lots of things months before the wedding and amongst them treating your teeth the right way should also be a priority. Therefore, it is advised to best maintain her oral health during these busy times at home for better results.
Adopt a White Smile Diet
Do you know munching on crunchy snacks like apples or celery is as effective as a brushing? You can add raw fruits and veggies that will help you to have clean teeth. Plus, above all, avoid foods that are dark and sticky such as red wine, coffee, barbecue sauce, or balsamic vinegar that have the ability to leave stains on your teeth.
A good toothpaste and mouthwash
If you have sensitive teeth then you should avoid toothpaste with abrasive ingredients like silica. Whereas, go for r things like Kaolin clay and bentonite clay, that are considered to be safest, most effective, as well as least abrasive toothpaste ingredients that can help in polishing off surface stains. In the case of mouthwashes go for a natural formula that is alcohol-free that will keep your teeth gleaming.
If you can’t cut off the intake of our coffee or latte then try sipping them through a straw to avoid direct contact with teeth, which helps prevent staining. Choose bendy straws and keep them in your purse for the next few months before your D-day!
Just follow these tips blindly and get that dazzling smile on your wedding day!
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