Sunday, June 22, 2014

Pin to Win with Invisalign


There's absolutely nothing more beautiful than a beaming bride–but many of us have lost track of our childhood retainers over the years, or missed that particular rite of passage. With all the events for brides-to-be, from engagement parties to showers, the rehearsal dinner and the main event, there are sure to be more photos of your beautiful smile than ever. Is it any wonder that most brides say their smile is their most important wedding day accessory? But if you're feeling a little uncomfortable with your grin, Invisalign® offers treatment options for all types of teeth straightening issues so that every bride can beam brightly on her wedding day–and all the happy days after. Best of all, thanks to Invisalign's discrete design, no one else will ever know you're using them!


Invisalign® features a series of practically invisible removable aligners made of lightweight plastic that gradually shift your teeth over time. Most Invisalign® treatments take 13 months–the same as the average engagement–so you'll be positively beaming by the time the big day arrives! There are no food restrictions, no clunky brackets or wire, and with just one visit to an Invisalign® specialist, you can start smiling with more confidence. A few of my girlfriends recently confessed to me that they're using Invisalign® to get the straight smile they didn't quite achieve during their childhood run-ins with braces, and if they hadn't divulged their secret, I'd still have no idea!


If you've been thinking about a straighter smile for your big day, Invisalign® is a beautiful place to start. As you may have guessed, this is a sponsored post. That said, all opinions and anecdotes are my own.

4 comments:

  1. Yeah, Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible and can be easily removed. So, it will be a great choice during or after the social functions like wedding or other ceremonies. Also, Invisalign is applicable choice for all age group people.

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  2. Ok that bride has an amazing smile. I'd be smiling all the time, too!

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  3. Oh wow, too bad I'm not getting married :P

    p.s. Thanks for the lovely comment. I'll get in touch w/you after I'm done studying (5 weeks!) if that's alright with you?

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    1. That would be wonderful! No pressure, but I just felt compelled to extend an invite!

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