When you're getting close to the end of your pre-wedding to-do list and you find yourself wondering what else you should do before its time to walk down the aisle, you may want to consider heading to a few of your favorite (or not so favorite) doctors. Even if you're feeling as good as could be, seeing your doctors for check-ups and even pre-wedding advice, might be a good way to feel even more healthy and anxiety-free before the big day comes around. Here are the five doctors you could consider booking an appointment with before your wedding day.
If you're wondering what you can do to get your skin looking good before the wedding, book an appointment with your dermatologist who may be able to set you up with a proper pre-wedding regime. They may even be able to give you a quick fix for any day-of breakouts.
If your wedding is mid-allergy season or even outdoors, head to your allergist for a game plan of how to get through the day without coughing and sneezing.
If you're planning on changing your contraceptive method when you get married, whether that means going on the pill or off the bill, or trying something new, it may be a good idea to visit your gynecologist and talk through this with them.
Visiting your dentist should be a top priority, whether it's for a routine cleaning or for a teeth-whitening appointment. You may need dental work that could take a couple of appointments to do, so book this appointment as early as you can.
5. General Practitioner
You may also want to consider adding a General Practitioner to the top of your list to talk about any health concerns or questions that you have. You can also consult with them about any specialists you'd like to see before your wedding.
Jen Glantz is a "Professional Bridesmaid" and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.