Gum Treatments


Gum Diseases; Gum Aesthetics (Pink Aesthetics), Gummy Smile, Depigmentation, Gingival Recession, Gingival Inflammation, Gum Bleeding, Gingival Growth.


The gingivsa is a pink tissue that surrounds each tooth like a collar around the neck and under the visible part of the tooth. Gums are rich from blood vessels and protect tooth roots. The gums are attached to the jawbone.


Inflammatory diseases of the surrounding tissues of the teeth caused by various reasons are called gum diseases (periodontal diseases). Periodontal diseases are responsible for 70% of tooth loss in adults. These diseases can be treated easily and successfully when diagnosed at an early stage. Prevention or treatment of gum disease; It also brings other benefits such as protecting natural teeth, providing more comfortable chewing and better digestion.


Bleeding while brushing teeth is one of the first signs of gingivitis and must be evaluated by a dentist. In some cases, bleeding may occur in the gums due to improper brushing.


What is Depigmentation Treatment?

Gingival pigmentation is dark discoloration that occurs due to excessive accumulation of melanin pigments in the gingiva. The last and most effective technique to correct this aesthetic problem is to remove these pigments by laser. The fact that laser application does not cause bleeding and does not cause infection due to its sterilization feature are among the most important advantages of this technique.


What is Gummy Smile?

This condition, called gummy smile, is the way the gums appear more than normal when a person is talking or laughing. A normal gingival appearance shows itself very thinly between the tooth and the lip when speaking or laughing. In individuals with Gummy Smile, the gums appear much more prominent and thick.


Gummy Smile is a condition that can be treated with various methods. Basically, these methods can be divided into two as temporary and permanent. While Gummy Smile Botox is often applied for the temporary method, tooth lengthening operation may be preferred for the permanent method. The needs of the person and the decision of the specialist physician are important as to which method should be applied.