Smile Design: Say ‘I Do’ to the Perfect Wedding Smile!
The question was popped, the answer was “Yes!” and now you’re engaged to be married. Congratulations on the incredible news. Of course, you want your wedding day to be absolutely perfect to the smallest of details: the font on the invitations, color of the bridesmaid’s dresses, and the flower arrangements at the reception.
Eyes and Cameras on You
Though many of these smaller decisions factor into making your special day a successful one, the real focus and attention will be placed directly on you. That’s why it’s so vital that you look absolutely stunning on your wedding day, including the right hair, makeup, gown, and a breath-taking smile.
What though, if you’re less-than-thrilled with the thought of posing for hundreds of photos because you’re self-conscious about the appearance of your smile? You’ll be relieved to discover that with Smile Design, you can have your very own Hollywood-smile to flash proudly on this most-memorable day of your life.
The Smile Design Factor
Smile Design is not a one-size-fits-all dental process. It involves us boosting your smile to the next level by expertly assessing every component of your unique facial characteristics. This includes factors such as your age, coloring, lip line, gum tissue contouring, eye characteristics, tooth structure, and the overall shape of your face.
During your consultation, we’ll combine your personal preferences and smile-needs with the appropriate professional dental options. Then we’ll create a specific, smile-transforming option just for you. A complete smile design may include just one, two, or several of the following procedures:
- Teeth Whitening
- Porcelain Veneers
- Dental Implants
- Porcelain Crowns
- Inlays & Onlays
Make sure your smile is at its best on your wedding day, and every day afterwards by saying “I do” to your professional Smile Design consultation with leading dentist near Spring House today.
Tell us: What’s the date of your upcoming wedding day? Are you getting the pictures taken indoors or outdoors?