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Braces may help improve a bride's dental health
Updated: 8/18/2009 5:00:24 PM
 

Braces may help improve a bride Every bride wants to look perfect on her big day and sometimes this means making a dentist's appointment for a teeth cleaning.
However, some betrothed ladies want a Hollywood-worthy smile and will even endure braces in order to make it happen.

One dental care program in Los Angeles caters to brides-to-be and offers special teeth whitening services and orthodontic care including braces.

Dr Atoosa Nikaeen explains that "straight, white teeth can last a lifetime," and while many brides may be inspired mainly by the thought of their future wedding photographs, the reality is they will benefit from such treatments in the long run.

This doctor recommends power braces for brides who visit at least a year before the big day. According to the American Dental Association (ADA)the end results of braces are not only aesthetically pleasing but can also correct a host of problems.

Those who suffer from a bad bite may feel more comfortable with straight teeth. The ADA says that corrected teeth are easier to clean than crooked ones meaning their owner is less likely to suffer from gum disease or other issues.

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