By : Dr.Rajat Sachdeva
Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing – Mother Teresa
Say cheese: Every wedding has one thing in common: photos. And there are a lot of them. Nothing is more stunning than a lovely bride in an attractive dress with a gorgeous smile. We all want to look our best at our marriage. On your Marriage Day, all eyes will be upon you. You may never be photographed and video shoot more than on this day, and we want to ensure you have a bright, beautiful celebrity smile! Remember, those photos and video will last forever.
If you think your smile will mar pictures or make you self conscious, then your wedding is the right reason to have a smile makeover. Ranging from basic cleaning procedures, new whitening techniques, dental jewellery and smile designing procedures to porcelain veneers and other restorative dental work, the smile of your dreams is within your reach come your wedding day.
Right time to visit dentist: It’s true that some smile makeovers will require a little more time. An initial consultation with a dentist even before you get engaged is important. If you do it too close to your wedding day and anything goes wrong, there is no leeway. Cosmetic dental procedures should be performed with as much time as possible to make sure it’s done right, and to give yourself time to enjoy your new smile and get used to it. Various procedures can be undertaken as:
Scaling and Polishing:
A quick basic cleaning may be the perfect touch-up solution. Often, our teeth sustain daily wear and tear which can lead to the formation of plaque. Over time, tooth decay can set in. If you have the problem of bleeding gums, you may need a course of antibiotics prior to the cleaning procedure and multiple sittings of cleaning. Getting teeth cleaned before your wedding day not only keeps them healthy, but can curbs bad breath.
Bad Breath (Halitosis) Management
Poor oral / dental hygiene and dental problems are not the only reasons for bad breath. There are several other factors contributing to the condition. Consulting your dentist and correct management is the solution.
Bleaching- White Teeth Whiter Smile
You will be the centre of attention on this day, it is also important to get that splendid and most beautiful smile which is captured for your entire life in the photographs. You always want a brighter smile and hence, tooth whitening (bleaching) is a procedure which can be performed before wedding. Depending on the value (dark or light) of your teeth bleaching procedure varies from simple to advance.
Cosmetic Tooth Contouring Before the Wedding
Tooth contouring or tooth reshaping is a procedure to correct minor defects in the shape and appearance of a tooth. The procedure is not painful and is pretty much simple. Cosmetic contouring dealt with the longer, pointed or chip tooth that needs to be smoothen out.
Restorative Procedure before The Wedding
Presence of diastema or space between two teeth, and such problems can be easily solved by bonding. Bonding is a simple, non-invasive and conservative procedure, which can also improve the appearance of teeth that are chipped, broken, cracked or stained. With bonding, tooth-coloured materials are applied, or bonded, to the tooth surface.
Ask Dr.Rajat Sachdeva For Veneers And Laminates: The most popular and effective aesthetic treatments are porcelain veneers or Cerinate Lumineers, both of which are applied over your existing teeth to give you a natural-looking, white, straight, gleaming, beautiful smile. These thin, custom-made shells cover the front side of teeth, and can be used to treat spaces between teeth and teeth that are chipped or worn, permanently stained, poorly shaped or slightly crooked.
Braces before The Wedding
Braces are not just for kids. Braces can help straighten crooked teeth, reduce crowding or fill in spaces where teeth do not meet properly. Considering aesthetics, there are more pleasing, clear and even invisible braces are available. Start as early as you can if you want a perfectly straight smile by your wedding day.