Imagine that your wedding ritual is done with and now you are just getting ready for pictures with family and friends. But you find yourself self conscious due to your teeth and being unable to smile. This is where its time to think of a makeover, A wedding smile makeover to be precise. But how to go about it? It is always advised to get an initial appointment with a cosmetic dentist awhile from the wedding day so that if anything goes haywire then there would be time to fix it. Cosmetic procedures need time and so do you to adjust to that. There are multiple factors which impact the outcome, like how straight the teeth are, the condition of the gums, existence of previous fillings or crowns etc and so it’s better if it is evaluated beforehand. Tooth whitening: Clicking those wedding pics? Yellow teeth will give you the first pang of self consciousness. Basically the darker your teeth, the more you need help Over the counter whitening strips are advisable when you feel like your teeth are perfect as they are and just need a little extra whiteness. The next step consists of laser whitening and it is a quick fix procedure where you can whiten your teeth quickly. If laser whitening isn’t your cup of tea then you can go for whitening trays, which will give your teeth a much more lasting whiteness since you will be bathing your teeth in whitening gel for a much longer time. Restorative dental work: If you have broken or chipped teeth then they can be fixed as well through Bonding. It is the first line and can improve the appearance of teeth which are cracked, broken or have gaps in between. Those small spaces are filled with the white binding agent ans so it is a simple and non invasive procedure. But Veneers and Crowns can also work if needed. But if the problem is too big then it is advisable to go for cosmetic teeth contouring. Teeth are something everyone is concerned with whether it be a wedding shoot or the sports field, actually, the sports field is where the business gets serious and athletes suffer from what is called dental sport injuries. All sports have risk for dental injuries but contact sports have the most high risk of them all as athletes continue to be plagued with dental and orofacial trauma. Common dental injuries include crown fractures, tooth extrusion and intrusion, avulsion and more, even though mouth guards do prevent most if fitted carefully. Surgeries may have to be carried out if the chipped tooth gets lodged in the airway but apart from that, a ready to use toolkit and custom made mouth guards do prevent many accidents from occurring. So whether you are going to a wedding or going to the field, make sure to give your teeth the level of importance you give to other parts of the body.