Let’s face it, getting married has to be one of the most important days in a girl’s life so it’s understandable that you want to look their best, after all you are the star of the show. Planning a wedding is a busy time what with sourcing a venue, sampling menus, choosing a photographer, buying your dress, and planning a honeymoon, and it’s easy to get caught up in all this activity and forget about an important part of you that will be on show – your teeth.
Arrange a dental at least few months before your wedding day
Visiting your dentist in Harrow prior to your wedding day should always be on your tick list of things to do. Arrange to have a check-up six months beforehand in case you need any treatment doing. We provide general dentistry as well as cosmetic dentistry in Harrow and offer a wide range of treatments and services. One of our most asked for treatments is teeth whitening which many people choose if they have a special event coming up.
Teeth whitening in Harrow
Sometimes a visit to the hygienist for a ‘clean and scrape’ will suffice to remove superficial stains and make your teeth feel and look nice and clean. Alternatively, your teeth may benefit from a professional teeth whitening treatment. Teeth are gently bleached a few shades lighter making your smile look more attractive and giving you renewed confidence. We can carry out the whitening at the clinic in an appointment which lasts about an hour or, if you prefer, you can take home a whitening kit which you’ll need to use for around 2 weeks to achieve the best results.
We should point out that it’s always advisable to visit your dentist first so that he can see whether you are a suitable candidate for teeth whitening. If you have any signs of tooth decay or gum disease then that will have to be treated first. Also, if you have crowns or front fillings then be aware that the materials used in these won’t whiten, so you may have to seek another option such as veneers. These are wafer thin layers of porcelain which fit over your entire tooth or teeth to disguise any stains, cracks, or other imperfections. They can be colour matched to your other teeth for a seamless appearance.