They say that you can tell when a person is in love by their smile.
Weddings are a time for celebration, laughter and smiles that make your cheeks hurt. The last thing a bride wants is to be self-conscious about her teeth on one of the happiest days of her life.
Fortunately, the team at Hortman Carney Dental (15 Professional Ct, Rome) is here to provide all of the dental needs a bride and groom could ever need for their wedding.
“We treat adults to kids, the full family. I like to think of it like family dentistry,” he smiles.
With the full range of services, Dr. Carney can meet any dental needs that a client could be looking for. But for brides in particular, there are several ways that Dr. Carney can help you achieve a smile that is worthy of falling in love with.
“If a bride is looking to brighten her smile for her wedding day, we have whitening options and simple cleanings. But if a bride wants to transform her smile, we have the ability to do veneers or crowns. Basically, anything aesthetically that can be done for the wedding day from bleaching to full cosmetic work, we can handle,” explains Dr. Carney. Leaving the bride just one short consultation away from a comprehensive treatment plan for her big day.
Dr. Carney is a graduate of Shorter University and the Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University and has been practicing in Rome for thirteen years. Through the years of practicing, he understands that “people want a brighter and prettier smile” on their wedding day. With top of the line treatment options and highly trained professionals on board, brides can have confidence in the abilities of the team and know that their smile will be taken care of.
Wedding pictures last forever and Dr. Carney agrees that, “the smile is the focus of most of the wedding pictures.” But treating teeth can take time. Dr. Carney recommends that a bride schedule her consultation at least three months prior to her wedding.
“That way, if there is something comprehensive that needs to be done, we have enough time to be able to form a treatment plan,” he explains. While he does offer same-day, in-office whitening, the consultation still needs to be made three months before to be sure that the bride gets exactly what she needs for her wedding day.