Save Your Smile Before You Save The Date! [BLOG]

We know that the holidays are a popular time to pop the question, which means the start of a new year is always a busy time for your Swedesboro, NJ cosmetic dentist.

Our team at Elizabeth Kilpatrick-Fox, DMD have all kinds of cosmetic strategies for getting your smile ready for the big day. You may even have time to improve your smile’s appearance before you send out announcements once you’ve locked down the date!

Fix Your Smile Before Your Wedding!

The most photographed day in your life is probably going to be your wedding day. In fact, now that save-the-date announcements have become the norm, you probably need to prepare your smile long before you take your vows!

You may have several different teeth problems that need to be addressed if you want your smile to shine now that you’re newly engaged:

  • Stains or discoloration
  • Gaps between your teeth
  • Cracked, chipped, or worn teeth
  • Slightly crooked or overlapping teeth
  • Broken, decayed, or diseased teeth
  • Teeth that have old, dark metal fillings

Fortunately, we can solve all those problems with your smile, and so much more!

Ways To Save Your Wedding-Day Smile!

Here are just a few of the ways we can save your smile before your special day:

Teeth Whitening — You definitely don’t want to draw attention to your dingy teeth by smiling just inches away from a stunningly radiant white wedding gown in your photos! Professional teeth whitening can quickly and powerfully lift stubborn dental stains for a bright wedding-day smile that will last well after your honeymoon!


Tooth Bonding — This is a really fast, easy way to improve your smile, especially for brides and grooms on a budget. With composite resin that matches your tooth color, we layer over tiny imperfections like chips, gaps, and discolored or misshapen teeth.

Dental Veneers — From start to finish, Dr. Fox can complete your veneers process in as few as a couple of visits! It begins with a consultation to determine the changes you want to make to your teeth. Once your vision has been shaped, we begin preparing your custom dental veneers and then place them when they’re ready over those flawed teeth. Veneers won’t just perfect your smile for the wedding; they’ll have you showing off a radiant, flawless smile for years worth of wedding anniversaries!


Orthodontics – You may even have time to straighten crooked teeth before you say, “I do!” With Six Month Smiles, we can correct the position of those important front teeth that show when you smile, and if you’re like most engaged couples, that’s plenty of time to finish your treatment before the big day.

Dental Crowns – You might have damaged, unhealthy teeth that need to be restored. We can do that with our beautiful dental crowns that not only strengthen compromised teeth and keep your mouth healthy, but preserve your smile’s bright, healthy appearance!

Call Now To Get Started!

If you got engaged over the holidays, there’s no time to waste in planning the wedding of your dreams! Make sure cosmetic dentistry in Swedesboro is at the top of your priority list so that even your save-the-date announcements have you showing off a bright, picture-perfect smile!

To get started, call Elizabeth Kilpatrick-Fox, DMD today at 856-997-2767 or fill out our online form to request a cosmetic consultation.

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