Who can get a Wedding Smile Makeover?
We get it, everyone wants to look great at a wedding. While we are most often contacted by brides-to-be, it is nothing out of the ordinary to be contacted by grooms-to-be, parents, family and friends of the bride-to-be or groom-to-be. Know that we can help all of you look great.
When should you start your smile makeover treatment?
The sooner you contact us with your request for a wedding smile makeover the better, as that will open up more treatment options to achieve a dream smile. While some treatments can be completed in 1-2 sittings within one week, other treatments can require at least 6-12 months. As a result, at City Dental Clinic, we recommend that you schedule your consultation appointment right after your engagement.
Most common options for Wedding Smile Makeovers
When it comes to smile makeovers most people only think of teeth whitening. While this treatment is a great choice, smile makeovers span across much wider treatment spectrum:
Tooth Whitening – as mentioned above, this is the most popular treatment for the wedding party. An in-office whitening at City Dental Clinic, in combination with a professional teeth cleaning, can help you achieve significantly whiter teeth in just 1-2 sittings.
White Fillings – don’t want people to notice any dark spots on your teeth when smiling from ear-to-ear? No problem. Simply let our dentists know that you are interested in tooth colored fillings.
Bonding – this method can be used to improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, stained, or slightly cracked.
Contouring – this method can be used to level uneven smile lines in order to produce a more symmetric smile in a non-intrusive manner.
Veneers – these are hand-crafted wafer-thin shells that are used to cover the front portion of your teeth to improve the appearance of your smile. Most typically they are used to change the color, shape, size or length of the frontal tooth.
Crowns – these are used to restore severely worn down, cracked or weakened teeth to their natural shape and strength. Our dentists will happily consult with you to evaluate whether you are suited for veneers or whether you require a new dental crown to create aesthetic frontal teeth.
Bridges – these are very similar to dental crowns and are used to replace and restore one or multiple missing teeth. They can either be supported by and bonded to neighboring teeth that are used as pillars, or can be secured by dental implants. Our dentists will happily discuss the pros and cons of a standard vs. implant supported bridge.
Dental Implants – these are a highly effective way to replace missing teeth for the long-term. Implants can be used to support individual crowns, dental bridges or secure dentures in place. The only downside? The whole process from start to finish can take 6-12 months.