Photo Credit: Pinterest There are all types of cosmetic surgery available leading up to your wedding day. Skin enhancements, for example laser treatment, can take up to a year to have a major effect. Major surgery such as face lifts, body contouring and breast augmentations can take a very long time to heal and therefore must be done a minimum of 6 months before the wedding. A few months before the wedding, you are best to avoid anything more major then Botox therapy or lip fillers. The final weeks before your wedding it is best to stick with facials and detox services. Remember your groom is marrying you for who you are and you don’t need to change. Surgery takes a long time to recover and all surgery has serious risks. If you are considering having surgery consult a professional. A popular options for brides not keen to take such radical steps as surgery but who perhaps have a concern that they want to address for the wedding day or honeymoon. Treatments are carried out in high street skin clinics and many spas. Non invasive treatments can help with all of the following, and more:
sun damage and age spots
broken capilliaries and spider veins
excess or unwanted hair growth
acne scars and uneven skin tone
Most clinics also offer permanent make up to cover scars and birthmarks or to emphasise eyes and brows. Increasing numbers of people are taking advantage of new approaches in dentistry to improve the appearance and health of their teeth. Stars and celebrities have been at the forefront, making sure their smiles are bright and attractive. One of the most high profile developments is tooth whitening, which can make all the difference between an average smile and a really beautiful one. Teeth naturally lose their sparkle through time, but the process can be accelerated by exposure to tea, coffee, wine, and tobacco. Now it is possible to combat this deterioration by using professional methods of whitening to lighten the teeth by several shades. The simplicity of modern procedures has made tooth whitening the fastest growing cosmetic dental procedure. It is important to consult your dentist to find out the best way to whiten your teeth, and this should form part of your overall dental health plan, including regular visits to the hygienist to remove areas of stain and improve your own oral care procedures. Your dentist will advise if tooth whitening is suitable for you, remembering that teeth with crowns or veneers, and dentures, cannot be whitened. The usual method of tooth whitening is to use a special tooth mould containing lightening gel to fit around the teeth. This is worn at night and within a few days remarkable results can be achieved. The process is painless and gives you control over the end result. If you want to join the increasing numbers of brides improving their dental appearance before their wedding day, either through whitening or with any of the other popular cosmetic options including straightening, crowning, veneers and implants then check to see if your dentist offers these services.
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