Get that smile ready for the aisle…

Do you know any Bride-to-be’s? We want to make sure that she is picture perfect for her big day! Whitening, Invisalign along with other cosmetic restorations… Dr. Openshaw can help with it all! Pass our number along and help make her BIG DAY perfect! (209) 524-4763.  Of course this goes for the mother / father of-the-bride, the attendants and the groom also!  Cosmetic dentistry is a great option to put your smile concerns at ease! With pictures that will last a lifetime, it’s natural to want your smile to be the best it can be and Dr. Openshaw can help!

Along with a perfect wedding, many brides also want a perfect smile. When making appointments for dress alterations, floral arrangements and reception details, schedule a dental visit too, suggests the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), an organization of general dentists dedicated to continuing education.

Remember its best to schedule a thorough checkup and cleaning at least one year before your wedding but if the wedding is closer then anytime before your BIG DAY is still beneficial!  A year prior just helps if you’re unhappy with your smile, because Dr. Openshaw will have enough time to perfect your teeth by the wedding.  Several options exist to correct the shape, color, alignment and look of teeth. New and improved smiles don’t happen overnight; timing needs to be considered. Getting appointments for a lot of restorative care can take up to two months and orthodontic treatment can take from one to two years.  Plan to have procedures completed at least two months in advance of your big day, in case problems need to be corrected and so the mouth has time to adjust to cosmetic changes.   In addition to cosmetic appearance, consider breath. What could be worse than saying ‘I do‘ with “dragon” breath?”. Try a piece of sugarless gum, a breath mint or chewing a piece of parsley prior to walking down the aisle.

Is your smile camera ready?    

  • The way you hold your head changes the appearance of your front teeth. Teeth are shadowed most of the time by the lips. When you tilt your head down, your upper teeth generally appear longer. If your head is tilted back, your upper teeth appear shorter.
  • If you have a metal filling or crown, we can replace that with a tooth colored restoration to help with the look of your smile. If not, alert the photographer. They can photograph teeth from a different angle that will not reveal them. If this is not possible, photos can often be retouched so that metal does not show.

Do you know any Bride-to-be’s? We want to make sure that she is picture perfect for her big day! Whitening, Invisalign along with other cosmetic restorations. We can help with it all! Pass our number along and help make her BIG DAY perfect! (209) 524-4763.

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