Dark Spots On Your Gums Are Treatable!

Do you hide your smile because of the dark color of your gums?

We all wish to have pink and healthy gums but, some people will have certain black spots or patches, others may have complete dark gums.

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dark gums

Why do I have dark gums?

Darkly pigmented gums don’t mean that they are unhealthy, and are not an indication of a disease but, they can have a negative impact on the overall attractiveness of your smile, as well as your self-confidence.

Gum Depigmentation can be caused due to different reasons:

  • Excess deposits of melanin (genetic reason)
  • Long-term use of certain medication
  • Tobacco

Gum Depigmentation

also known as gum bleaching, it’s a cosmetic procedure done for aesthetic reasons to have pink, beautiful gums.

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Before and after treatment

 

Waterlase treatment

At Smile Infinity, we offer the laser technique known as the Waterlase to our patients to treat the discoloration of the gums. During the procedure, the pigmented areas will be removed, and you will get the natural pink color. The entire dark gums treatment process takes about an hour.

 

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Waterlase

 

Procedure of Laser Gum Bleaching

During the treatment, the periodontist uses the laser to essentially bleach the gums. Removing the excess pigment from the area makes the gums lighter. Treatment of gingival hyperpigmentation by Waterlase radiation in a defocused mode is a safe and effective procedure.

This treatment will not have the complications of bleeding, pain and other postoperative discomforts. It’s considered to be a most reliable and satisfactory procedure.

As a result of the treatment, your smile will look more beautiful and healthy. It can accelerate the rate of your confidence and may require only one visit.

 

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Beautiful pink Gums

 

Our services include:

Our Dental Centers:

Dubai: +971564592353

Lebanon: +96170567444(hotline)

Michigan : +1 313 582 1919

Senegal: + 221 77 700 77

Qatar:  +97444354455

Erbil:   + 9647502961111

Email: Info@smileinfinity.com

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Smile Infinity®, creating smiles all over the world

 

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Smoke & Horrifying Black Gums

Did you know that half of gum disease in smokers is caused by smoking?

Chronic (long-term) gum disease can lead to Horrifying dark gum spots and the loss of your teeth.

Smoking is the main cause of Gum De-pigmentation. In fact, a smoker’s gums tend to turn Grey and dark (melanin), excess melanin buildup in the gums causes an Unsightly appearance.

 

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Smoker Gums

Nevertheless, there is no cause for worry since we at Smile Infinity® affiliated dental clinics  provide the most aesthetic and healthiest solution for Gum Bleaching.

These melanin spots on the gums can be safely and painlessly removed with our popular Waterlase Laser melanin removal technology, On Demand.
The process, also called “Gum De-pigmentation”, usually takes one single session followed by a short healing phase.

 

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Treatment of gingival pigmentation using the Waterlase Laser is distinguished by its high rate of efficiency and patient comfort. The Gum heals completely without infection, pain or scarring leaving patients with the glamorous, heartwarming smile they seek.

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Waterlase Laser

We Provide this technology at our clinics by the number one cosmetic dentist in the Middle East Dr.Habib Zarifeh head of Clemenceau Medical Center dental division affiliated with Johns Hopkins International.

 

For More info Call us: 

Beirut: +96170567444


Dubai: +971564592353

Jeddah: +966 56 110 9111

Michigan: +1 313 582 1919

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Waterlase Laser technology boasts many advantages over other conventional methods for melanin removal (scalpel technique, abrasion, etc…)

Waterlase Laser Treatment Conventional Treatment
  • Decreased trauma for the patient
  • Unpleasant bleeding during and after operation
  • High Rate of Repigmentation
  • Low Rate of Repigmentation
  • Ease and high efficiency of Procedure
  • Less Effiient
  • Reduced postoperative discomfort and swelling
  • High rate of discomfort
  • Causes minimum damage to periosteum