On your wedding day, you will pose for hundreds, perhaps even thousands of photos. Professional pictures, photos taken by family and friends, even selfies – they will all be part of the mix, and you’re going to want to look great in each and every one. No doubt you’ve put a preparation plan into action so that you can show off your best possible self for your wedding, but along with dieting, exercising, tanning, and facials, have you considered your teeth? The thing that’s going to stand out most in your wedding photos – even beyond the gowns, tuxes, and flowers – is your smile, or lack thereof.
It would be nice to believe that looks really don’t have anything to do with your professional life, but if your career involves any sort of face-to-face interaction on a daily basis, your teeth will be one of the first things people see. If your smile is memorable for any reason but a good one, it’s time to consider how a broken-down smile might be impacting your success.
There has long been a debate about the connection between heart health and oral health, but new research has established that a person’s brushing and flossing habits significantly impact their cardiac health.
Stained teeth can be whitened (most of the time), and gapped or misaligned teeth can be closed with orthodontia or Invisalign (most of the time). Chipped or broken teeth however, need to be replaced. If you’re dealing with any or all of these oral health concerns, there are two versatile cosmetic dentistry solutions that can give you a new smile in just a short time: porcelain veneers or Lumineers.
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