How to Perk Up Your Smile in Time for Your Wedding

July 23, 2018
Posted By: Dr. Richard Leung
Cosmetic Dentistry Temple TX

If you have a fall or winter wedding planned, now is the perfect time to think about improving the appearance of your smile. If there was ever a time in your life when you needed your smile to be “picture perfect,” this is it!

A Healthy Smile is the First Step

It’s a good idea to give yourself some lead time when considering cosmetic dentistry for an upcoming event. Until you consult with your cosmetic dentist in Temple, you won’t know if there are underlying problems that need to be addressed first. Any ethical dentist won’t proceed with esthetic treatments if you have gum disease, cavities, or other unresolved oral health problems.

Cosmetic Dental Procedures

Once you and your dentist agree your oral health is good, you have a wide array of treatments to choose from:

Cosmetic bonding is a procedure where your dentist uses tooth-colored filling material that’s shaded to match your teeth. Bonding is a conservative solution that’s perfect for rebuilding a chipped or broken tooth, resolving size discrepancies, and concealing severe staining. This is also a cost-effective alternative to porcelain veneers.

Porcelain veneers can be used to conceal a number of cosmetic flaws because they create a new tooth surface. Closing uneven gaps, concealing spacing and alignment issues, and creating a dramatic new smile are all possible with veneers.

Teeth whitening is the finishing touch for your smile. Whether you get bonding or veneers, you want to make sure that you end up with a uniform shade for your smile, so save teeth whitening for the last step.

Please Call for Your Smile Consultation

Dr. Richard Leung is an experienced cosmetic dentist who can work with you to design your best smile for the big day. Please call Temple Dental Trails to arrange an appointment for your smile consultation.

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