Correcting Smoker’s Smile

There’s no question that quitting smoking is difficult. If you’ve achieved this goal, you definitely have something to smile about. However, your dark, discolored smoker’s gums may remain, keeping you from breaking into a full grin when you smile.

As a cosmetic dentist specializing in cosmetic gum surgery, I know it’s important to find the procedure – surgical or not – that’s just right for your needs. Personalizing a procedure can help create beautiful and natural looking results that you can enjoy for years to come.

I typically recommend gum bleaching for my patients with discolored gums, then I customize the procedure to their specific needs. Whether you’re worried about small dark spots on you gums or you have discolored gums that appear black, gum bleaching can help you achieve healthy looking gums and help you celebrate the joy you feel from quitting smoking.

Most patients only need one bleaching session, and the simple treatment is easily accommodated into the busiest of schedules.

I prefer this method to others because it doesn’t require multiple treatments, and people can enjoy long-lasting results for a of minimum of 20 years or longer and is permanent based on my research and follow up of the cases I have treated in the past.

As with all cosmetic procedures, the key to beautiful results is finding a qualified specialist who can provide the personalized attention you deserve.

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