After pouring through hundreds of magazines and Pinterest boards, you finally have picked out the perfect hairstyle. You’ve also chosen a gorgeous dress and arranged for a makeup artist to come and make you look and feel your best on your special day. But you may not be completely comfortable and happy in the spotlight if you don’t like how your teeth look. That’s why I recommend leaving a little bit of room in your budget to make sure your smile is ready to shine when you say, “I do.” Read on for my tips to build your confidence for your wedding day.

Plan Ahead

The time to think about the appearance of your teeth is not the day before the wedding. Even if you just want to remove slight coffee stains from your teeth for a brighter smile, it’ll take a little bit of time. You need to start at least a few weeks beforehand. If you need a little touchup, you can take advantage of over-the-counter whitening treatments, toothpastes, or other products from stores for a budget-friendly option.

Go Pro

For more stubborn tooth discoloration, you may need to turn to a professional for stronger solutions. Your dentist in Frisco can provide custom whitening trays and take home gel that can help whiten your teeth safely and better than over the counter commercial products. For instant results, Laser Zoom whitening can get your teeth 8-10 shades lighter in an hour.

Perhaps the issue with your teeth has nothing to do with coloration, or maybe you have several flaws in your smile that you want to correct simultaneously. In that case, porcelain veneers may be the ideal treatment for you. These durable ceramic sheaths are used to hide chips, cracks, gaps, and misshapen teeth and look perfectly natural.

Enjoy Yourself

Before the wedding, you have a lot of decisions and plans to make, but together we can make sure every detail is exactly what you want. On your big day, leave everything to me so that you can truly live in the moment and celebrate your love. Let yourself genuinely smile, laugh, and make memories that last a lifetime.

If you give your smile the same care and attention that you’ve dedicated to other parts of your wedding, you can walk down the aisle with confidence and focus on the life you’re starting with your partner. Now that’s something to smile about!

Guest Blogger: Lacey K. Wulf

Copywriter at TNT Dental