**This is a guest post from Hulen Crossing Family Dental in Fort Worth, TX**
Are you ready for all eyes to be on you for your big day? The bride and groom are always the focus of everyone’s attention at their wedding, as well as the center piece in every photograph and video. Are you confident that when you look back at your wedding memorabilia in the years to come that you will be completely pleased with the way your smile looks?
There isn’t a single person who doesn’t want to look amazing next to their significant other on their big day, and your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. Like any couple getting ready for their wedding, you probably have a “To-Do” list that never seems to end – but don’t forget to include your teeth in the process. While you’re preparing for the special day you’ve put so much time and energy into, here are several tips to make sure your smile looking incredible is the last thing you have to worry about.
Get the Brightest Smile Possible
A whiter smile not only looks better in photographs, but it has been known to boost self-esteem and confidence – and who doesn’t want to feel like a rock star on their wedding day? But, before you head to your local drug store to grab an over-the counter whitening product off the shelf, WAIT! These products can make a small difference over an extended period of time, but there is a much more effective and reliable option available.
The best way to see a noticeable transformation is to let a professional do it. Your local dentist uses state-of-the-art whitening technology that will instantly make your teeth several shades whiter. This means you won’t have to wait weeks to see a change, and you can focus on the millions of other important priorities that come with planning for your big day, such as choosing the right photographer like House of Light Photography.
Let Your Dentist Help You
It’s always a good time to ask your dentist for advice, but especially before your wedding day. Dental experts can help you pinpoint any flaws you’ve noticed and discuss treatment options with you. Many people have certain imperfections like chips or stains that they don’t want seen in photographs or videos, and your dentist can discuss options with you such as veneers that will restore your smile. Regardless of your personal cosmetic need, your dental professional will work with you to decide which option makes the most sense for you.
Take Along a Travel Toothbrush and Floss
With all the hustle and bustle that will be a part of your big day, eating slowly and carefully to avoid getting food particles stuck in your teeth might be the furthest priority on your agenda. Toss a toothbrush and some floss in a bag or pocket so that you can avoid any leftovers photobombing your pictures or videos. Plus, your photographer will thank you later when editing the content!
Be in the Moment
The most important thing you can do on your wedding day is take a deep breath and experience the moment. Take it all in! You’ve likely put months of hard work into this one day, and you don’t want to miss out on enjoying any of it! The more genuine your smile is, the more incredible the photos will be.
A confident smile may not take care of all the arrangement you have to make, such as the wedding venue, flower arrangements, or photographer, but it’s a sure-fire way to feel your absolute best on the day you’ve been looking forward to. So, don’t wait! Talk to a dentist like me about getting your smile ready for your special day.