"The study also found that nearly one in ten people planning their wedding, intend to get their teeth straightened before their special day."
London, June 25 - Whitening of teeth is the latest must-do activity for the majority of brides-to-be, according to new research.
The survey, conducted by dental care brand Bupa Dental, reveals that more than one in four brides-to-be plan to have their teeth whitened before their big day, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Two in five Bupa dentists have noticed an increase in brides and grooms asking for teeth whitening. Rates seem to be rising sharply, with one in four of those currently planning their wedding, saying they will have their teeth whitened, compared to one in eight people who got married within the last three years.
The study also found that nearly one in ten people planning their wedding, intend to get their teeth straightened before their special day.
Also, when asked about their wedding photos, those planning their wedding felt that having yellow teeth in the pictures would be one of their worst nightmares. People who were already married listed crooked teeth among the things they regret when looking back at their wedding album.