Schedule Sleep Dentistry Before Your Wedding

Posted on: June 1, 2017

Sleep DentistrySleep dentistry can help to give you a wedding smile that you will be proud to show off. Not only does your smile need to look amazing for your self-confidence. It also needs to look incredible for your pictures. These are photographs that you are likely to look at on your anniversary and even your grandkids will look at well into the future. Preparing your smile for them is just as important as getting your hair done or getting in shape. It all plays a role in making sure that you look as beautiful outside as you are inside.

Reasons for Sleep Dentistry Before Your Wedding

As a provider of sleep dentistry in Matteson, we can make the process easier for the patient. We understand that planning a wedding takes a lot of work and effort. The patient may need to visit numerous locations to find the right venue, meet with multiple caterers and spend months hunting for that perfect dress. While the preparations can be a lot of fun and exciting, they can also cause significant amounts of stress.

Thinking about dental care can also lead to anxiety, but with our help, the patient’s smile does not need to cause any additional stress. We can perform the procedures the patient needs while the patient is asleep. The patient does not have to think about them or feel what we are doing. All the patient has to do is come to our office, relax, fall asleep and wake up with an improved smile.

There are two main reasons that sleep dentistry is best for achieving a wedding smile. The first is that the patient can be asleep and completely relaxed during any dental treatments. The second is that we can complete more dental work in one sitting, meaning that the patient does not need to visit our dental office as many times.

For example, if a patient is getting dental veneers, the procedure can take a while. Without sedation, the patient may only be able to have several veneers placed at a time. With sleep dentistry, we can spend hours on the teeth without irritating the patient. This means that the patient will have more time to spend planning his or her wedding.

We Can Improve Your Smile

There are several procedures we can use to improve your smile, including:

  • Dental bonding
  • Teeth whitening
  • Dental veneers
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental bridges
  • Dental implants

All of these procedures can be completed while you are relaxed and asleep. When you visit our office for a consultation we will let you know which ones we feel will do the best job of improving your smile and correcting your dental challenges. If there is more than one option, we will discuss the pros and cons of each. In the meantime, you should know that we can:

  • Close gaps in between your teeth
  • Whiten your teeth and make them brighter than before
  • Correct any damage to your teeth
  • Straighten your teeth
  • Make your teeth the same size and shape
  • Cover stains if necessary
  • Give you a uniform and beautiful smile

Before walking down the aisle visit our dental office so that you can be proud of your smile.


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