act as a frame for your teeth and play a key role in making your smile look
attractive. Aesthetic gum and teeth reshaping is a process that can improve the
relationship between your teeth and gums, making them more aligned and improve
the appearance of your smile.
Does Gum Contouring Work?
contouring or reshaping is a surgical procedure that is performed with a
minimally invasive technique at Wellness Dental Studio.
procedure, we removed excess gum tissue around your teeth and make your smile
look less ‘gummy’.
contouring essentially exposes your teeth more by taking away excess gum
draping around them.Who
Needs Gum Contouring?
contouring is an aesthetic dental procedure that largely depends on your own
preference if you feel that you have a gummy smile or if your gum and teeth and
uneven, you could benefit from surgical gum contouring.
important to discuss your concerns with our dentists and have a thorough
examination done before deciding on a gum contouring procedure.Is
Gum Contouring Painful?
is a little discomfort in this procedure because we apply a local anaesthetic
that numbs your gums and teeth. There can be some amount of pain after the
effect of the numbing agent wears off. You will be given simple painkillers to
cope with any post-operative pain that you may have.
the area with ice packs after the procedure is also recommended and will give
you some pain relief.Care
should consume light foods and plenty of fluids in the initial post-operative
period. This will be more comfortable for your teeth and gums. You may also be
prescribed oral antibiotics to stop any infections in the teeth.
patients will also require a follow-up visit to track the recovery process.Is
Gum Contouring Safe?
contouring is a generally safe procedure. The only side effects that it can
have are an infection that can be avoided with antibiotics after the surgery is
done or a reaction to the anaesthesia.Is
Gum Contouring Permanent?
Gum contouring is a permanent procedure that will remove the excess gum around
your teeth permanently. Only in a very few percentages of people does the gum