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Saving The Date? Then Upgrade Your Smile

“Save the Date.”

You may already have one or two of these saved somewhere. Wedding season will be here before you know it. Whether you are getting ready for your own nuptials (in which case congratulations), you are part of a wedding party, or just an invited guest, you can count on lots of pictures being taken.

You’ll want your smile to look it’s best since these are photos people will be revisiting for many years to come. Jennifer Perkins, DDS, offers a wide variety of cosmetic options, many of which can give your smile a boost in a matter of a few weeks.

This can give you the confidence to let your pearly whites shine when someone points a camera your way for a formal portrait or on the dance floor during the reception.

To schedule an appointment at our Huntsville, AL dental office, call 256-801-0002 now.

Be Prepared For The Big Day

Weddings are meant to be celebrations of love, of family, and of friendship. They are a reason to be happy. For the individuals involved, this is one of the biggest days of their lives, and it’s one they will hopefully look back on fondly for many years to come.

That’s why people do everything they can to look their best for the occasion. What can you do to get your smile in shape for the big day? Here are a few options you may want to consider:

• Professional whitening — This remains one of our most popular services. Professional teeth whitening can remove deep stains from your smile so it looks bright and clean. For the fastest possible results, we recommend our in-office whitening, although you also have the option of take-home treatments.

• Dental veneers — You can think of veneers as thin shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They can be used to fix broken and chipped teeth, teeth with gaps between them, and much more. In a matter of a few weeks, your smile could look completely different with veneers.

Dental bonding — Bonding is an effective way to fix many of the same issues as dental veneers. The difference is that bonding is not quite as durable as veneers, but bonding can give your smile an instant upgrade.

• Teeth contouring/crown lengthening — Sometimes the shape of your smile can be a concern. If your teeth are large or misshapen in some way, teeth contouring is a way to removed excess enamel to create a more uniform smile. If your gums are uneven, that can affect your smile as well. Crown lengthening is a way to remove targeted gum tissue to redefine your gumline.

Get Care From An Experienced Professional

You don’t want to take chances with your smile before a big event like a wedding. That’s why coming to see Dr. Perkins a great decision.

She has been serving patients for more than 20 years, and she still gets excited about helping patients created the smiles of their dreams. You’ll also want to know that she is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry among other professional organizations.

Her focus is on meeting the dental needs of her patients … and doing so in a comfortable and relaxing environment.

Be Ready to Smile

Put your best face forward at the next wedding you attend. Contact our Huntsville, AL dental office today to request an appointment before the big day arrives. You can reach us through our online form or by calling 256-801-0002.

 

 

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