Generally is Tooth gum correction relatively simple procedure performed in the ordinary dental anesthesia. Leaching is rarely more than a week and no sick leave needed.
After the treatments you get normally use a special mouthwash for a few weeks to reduce the risk of infection.
Removal of the gums
Excess gum results in the affected teeth look small and very laid bare gums when you smile. In English this is called to have a “gummy smile”.
A “gummy smile” are normally dealt with by using a laser cuts away the excess gum. The treatment is similar to an ordinary dentist.
In some cases, the problem is that the upper lip is too short when you smile which in this case be addressed by lowering the lip top position with the help of a couple of stitches.
Restoration of gingival recession
If the gums recede, it can make teeth look longer than is normal. At the same time exposed the sensitive tooth neck, which can result in discomfort as well as medical problems.
The condition can in principle be treated in two different ways:
In the most common method of transplanting one tissue from the palate to the exposed dental necks where it then heals in and replace the missing gum.
The other technique to prolong the gum involves making a “wisdom tooth gum flap”. In this technique, no new tissue transplanted forward.Instead, loosen and stretch out the existing gums so that after a period of time covering the desired parts.
Both treatments are performed under local anesthesia, give a little swelling and sometimes a little pain in some cases, be treated with painkillers. One can also experience some tooth sensitivity and sensitivity to hot or cold drinks for a few days afterwards.
The treatments require no sick leave.
Balancing uneven gums distribution
If you have an uneven distribution gums where the gums around certain teeth are too long, and in other cases too short rectified this in principle by a combination of the above methods.
If you are looking for Correction to the gums consult Lentini Dentist Tarneit for experienced treatment.