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It’s that time of year again.
Yep – wedding season is almost upon us.
Whether you’re tying the knot in a couple of months and doing some last-minute preparations, or you’re itching to start making arrangements for your wedding in two or even three years’ time, there’s much to consider.
From finding the perfect venue and dishing out your 'save-the-dates' to dress and suit alterations and booking honeymoons.
But have you thought about your smile and its role in your big day?
In this post, our experts explain why it’s so important to have confidence in your smile on your wedding day and the things you can do to perfect yours in time for the celebrations.
Your wedding day will be one of the happiest, most important days of your life. So, it’s safe to assume you’ll be smiling a lot.
As the bride or groom, you’ll be the centre of attention for a full 24 hours. There’ll be lots of posed picture- and candid video-taking happening, and you’ll look back at these for decades to come.
The last thing you need on your special day is to be worrying about the appearance of your smile and hiding it away or flipping through your photo album years down the line and regretting not doing anything about it.
But what exactly can you do - and how does it boost confidence?
Feeling confident and good about yourself on your wedding day is a must.
Of course, looks aren’t everything, but it has been proven that dental aesthetics can have a massive impact on self-esteem.
If you don’t feel good about the appearance of your teeth, you’re less likely to want to show them off, which isn’t ideal on your wedding day, of all days.
You want to be able to smile proudly and openly, without worrying about what your teeth look like.
If you’re concerned about the appearance of your smile – be it because of discolouration, gaps or missing teeth – there are plenty of solutions to help you achieve your dream smile.
Here at Bow Lane Dental, we offer a range of treatments to help you achieve your dream smile in time for your wedding day, including:
If you’re suffering from tooth discolouration, as a result of years of smoking or coffee drinking perhaps, teeth whitening in London could be exactly what you need to achieve a picture-perfect, pearly white smile in time for when you say, ‘I do’.
We offer a range of at-home and in-practice teeth whitening treatments in London that are guaranteed to whiten your smile by up to 12 shades within as little as two weeks – or, depending on the treatment you choose, just 60 minutes!
If you’re suffering from gappy and misaligned teeth, or you want to correct an over, under or crossbite, we have a range of traditional and more modern orthodontic treatments available that can help.
Remember, results won’t happen overnight, so if you’re planning on undergoing orthodontic treatment before you walk down the aisle, it’s important to plan and allow enough time for your teeth to shift into your desired position.
For a more attractive-looking smile, one of our tooth replacement procedures will be more than ideal.
With implants, bridges or dentures, you can replace missing teeth, close unsightly gaps and enjoy newfound smile confidence as you celebrate your big day with loved ones.
The benefits of having a perfect smile should never be underestimated, especially when it comes to your self-esteem.
Whether you’re suffering from stained or yellowing teeth and are looking for teeth whitening in London, or you want to replace a missing or chipped tooth, we’re here to help get your smile on top form for when you get hitched.
To book a consultation with our expert practitioners, or to find out more about the treatment options we have available, don’t hesitate to contact our reception team.
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