Wedding Disaster: Chipped Tooth

cracked tooth sketchThere is no end to the number of things people worry about when they are planning a wedding. Of those concerns, there are those you have some control over, such as the dress fitting properly, the flowers, and the decorations. Then there are those you have little or no control over, such as the weather. Well, you can pretty well guarantee that your guests won’t get stuck in the snow if you’re getting married in July, but beyond that, it’s out of your hands. No matter how much time you spend planning for every possible contingency, the one thing most people don’t even think about until it happens is chipped teeth.

A chipped tooth can have any of several causes, and can happen just about any time.  One thing is for certain, though, a chipped tooth can all but ruin your wedding pictures.  If you have one, you may find yourself automatically smiling so that your teeth don’t show, which can make you look less than ecstatic at your special event.  Chipped teeth can be quite embarrassing, making outgoing and talkative people shy and quiet.  It seems like such a small thing, but chipped teeth tarnish weddings for many people.  Don’t let it happen to you.

There are plenty of things that can go wrong on your wedding day, but a chipped tooth doesn’t have to be among them.  If you chip a tooth, see your dentist as soon as possible.  A simple remedy, known as bonding, can restore your smile to its former glory.  Your dentist simply creates a small piece out of a resin material created to fill in the chipped area and look just like your tooth.  Once the resin has been crafted and bonded to your tooth, no one will be able to tell the difference.  Now your smile can be genuine, even if one small part of it was made for you.

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