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Tips to get a dazzling smile on your wedding day - try tooth whitening or invisilign braces from your dentist.
article by Metro Creative | posted on November 01, 2013 at 5:00am
Come their wedding day, all eyes are on the happy couple as they tie the knot. This will be one of the most photographed moments in all your life, and it is customary that brides- and grooms-to-be want to look their best for their trip down the aisle, and a bright white and healthy smile goes a long way toward helping couples look their best. According to Dr. Jay Gohel, an oral health professiona…
article by Metro Creative Services | posted on October 23, 2012 at 5:00am
A soon-to-be bride and groom have a long list of things to complete prior to their wedding day. Though much thought is given to music, transportation, gowns and tuxedos, it’s important not to overlook a white smile, which will ultimately be the lasting memory of the special day in photo albums for years to come. A white smile can make all the difference and is the finishing touch to every look. …
article by Metro Creative | posted on May 20, 2012 at 7:00am
Although tradition states that no one else should wear white to a wedding but the bride, the rule strictly applies to a person’s wardrobe, not his or her teeth. With this in mind, the search is often on to get a whiter smile in time for the trip down the aisle. Many brides- and grooms-to-be desire whiter teeth for their wedding days, as do members of their bridal party. With all eyes on them, hav…
article by Jennifer Lata Rung | posted on September 19, 2011 at 12:07pm
Beauty trends come and go (just look at your momâ€™s senior year portrait for proof) â€“ so whatâ€™s the latest in bridal beauty? Hereâ€™s a quick list of what Buffalo brides should know—before they make their primping plans: Beauty treatments Weddings are often the catalyst for women who have been contemplating treatments for skin problems, wrinkles, unwanted hair or other body issues. And loca…
article by Kate Sullivan - CTW Features | posted on September 16, 2011 at 12:00pm
A white wedding gown should never outshine a bride’s smile. Softer, off-white shades like eggshell may work for gown fabrics - but not for teeth. But obtaining a bright smile calls for more than brushing. Here’s how to keep your pearly whites shining on your wedding day. In-Office Whitening The best combo for any whitening treatment involves concentrated hydrogen peroxide and a good amount of t…
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