Wedding Season Is Here! Wedding Teeth Whitening Tips For A Bright Smile
Whitening for the Wedding
The dress isn’t the only thing that’s white at many weddings. Some couples whiten their teeth for sparkling smiles on the big day. If you were to whiten your teeth for a wedding, have a dentist do the whitening in an office, that way you can see results right away and not have to worry about placing whitening trays in your mouth every day.
Because whitening can make your teeth feel more sensitive, try whitening your teeth a month before the big day. Scheduled the appointment early to give your smiles time to adjust. That way, by your actual wedding day, your teeth aren’t too sensitive.
There are also some at-home options you can use, such as trays you can get from your dentist. You can also use whitening toothpaste or strips with the ADA Seal of Acceptance. That way, you know they are safe and effective. Ask your dentist which method is best for you, but above all, stay away from home remedies, which can actually do more harm than good.
Schedule a Dental Appointment Early On
Weddings mark such momentous days in our lives, and our smiles are a big part of them. The last thing you want to worry about is a toothache on your wedding day or on your honeymoon.
If you don’t see a dentist regularly, the time leading up to your wedding can be a great time to start. Schedule an appointment a few months out to avoid painful and possibly expensive problems around your wedding. Having regular dental visits can help reduce your chances of a dental emergency or the need for a procedure close to the wedding.
Wedding Day Must-Haves
If your bridesmaids are putting together an emergency kit, there’s one item we recommend bringing along. Have one of your bridesmaids carry floss and little compact mirror to make sure there’s nothing in your teeth and everything looks good.
Regular brushing and cleaning between your teeth should help your breath stay fresh, but feel free to also pack some sugarless gum with the ADA Seal of Acceptance if you need a breath boost during the day. Also, avoid food that can leave your breath not as fresh, like onions or garlic.
Commit to a Daily Dental Routine
Your wedding is just one small part of a long life with your partner. When it comes to your dental routine, don’t let it slide after tying the knot. Follow a healthy dental routine before the wedding and keep up a sweet daily ritual together. Have your own little routine in the morning where you brush and floss together.
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