Wedding season is around the corner and that means pictures galore! Are your pearly whites prepped and feeling up to the challenge? Here at Center For Advanced Dentistry we have some tips and tricks to keep your smile looking extra camera ready…
Get Rid of Stains.
At most weddings, there is usually a bar with all different beverages to choose from. And if you happen choose red wine, make sure to rinse your teeth before any picture. You can also just simply wipe the stains away with a handy damp napkin!
Brighten And Straighten Up Your Smile.
Before yours or your loved one’s big day, come in to our office for a quick teeth-whitening treatment. We also have some great take home teeth whitening trays as well! Not only that, if the wedding is a few months down the road, take advantage of our promotion and get $500 Off Invisalign on cases $5k or more! Your teeth can go from drab and crooked to straight and show stopping in just months!
Rehearse Your Look.
There is no shame in finding what angles and poses work best for your face and smile. If you practice in the mirror or even take the infamous “selfie”, you will be able to find what works best for you and what gives you confidence you need to feel picture perfect.
Mingle In Makeup.
Choosing the correct shade of makeup and lipstick will help make your teeth appear instantly whiter and brighter. Bright berry colors are the best option because they lack blue undertones which bring out yellow in teeth. Having a tan can also benefit you in making your teeth seem whiter. We don’t recommend tanning beds, but if you want that instant bronzed look opt for safe self-tanning options make-up bronzers.
About Center For Advanced Dentistry- Suwanee, GA
At Center For Advanced Dentistry, we are a dental practice devoted to restoring and enhancing the natural beauty of your smile using conservative, state-of-the-art procedures that will result in beautiful, long, lasting smiles!
We feel that the purpose of our practice is to provide optimum dental care for each of our patients. It is our mission to deal with each person as if they were a member of our family and treat them as we would want to be treated ourselves.