Say Goodbye to Your Gummy Smile with Gum Reshaping
Are you tired of looking at your smile? Do you think you have too much gum showing? Has someone mentioned something about your gums or tiny teeth to you before? If so, call the gum reshaping professionals at Rick Miller, DDS today.
A gummy smile is characterized by too much of your gums showing when you smile. This makes your teeth appear small and can cause you to become self-conscious about the way they look. Many patients who have a gummy smile hesitate to smile or laugh out in public due to fear of being ridiculed or stared at. On the other hand, your gums may come down farther on your teeth than they should, making your teeth look too long. This can be genetic or a result of gum disease.
If you have a gummy smile or gums that rest too low, you can trust the team at Rick Miller, DDS to do everything they can to provide you with a beautiful smile you are proud to show off.
Your Gum Reshaping Appointment
When you come in for your gum reshaping consultation, Dr. Miller will look over your teeth and gums to determine whether the treatment will be right for you. You will be able to discuss your concerns with Dr. Miller at this time, and he can provide you with an idea of how your gums will look after they have been contoured and reshaped.
Thanks to advanced laser dentistry, all of our gum reshaping services are designed to be painless and provide you with the results you want. Many patients who have undergone the surgery are happy they did and have not looked back.
What Causes a Gummy Smile?
There are a number of reasons you may have a gummy smile that makes you ashamed of the way your teeth and gums look. Some of the most common causes include:
● Gum tissue in your mouth
● Size of your lips
● Size of your teeth
● Shape of your teeth
● Your facial muscles
Gum Reshaping Treatments
There are a variety of gum reshaping procedures that can be performed to fix the problem. At Rick Miller, DDS, we specialize in laser treatments and rescalping procedures to help reshape and adjust the look of your gums. Once your gums are corrected, you will be able to smile without hesitation.