There are all kinds of cosmetic procedures that you can undergo to help you improve your smile but if you have a problem with your gums you may think there is not much you will able to do to make improvements and get the smile that you want. Some people unnecessarily suffer for many years with an issue of having too much gum tissue in their mouths to the point where it obscures and hides their teeth when they smile. Many people do not realize there are techniques and procedures available that can assist you with this problem. The task is really understanding about the gum reduction procedures available and knowing where you can get the best help.
Different Procedures are Out There
There are several different procedures you can have performed that can help you to reduce the amount of gum tissue in your mouth, but you do want to be careful about what you choose. Older methods used to reduce gum tissue involved basic surgical procedures where the tissue was simply cut away while you were under a local anesthetic. The surgery could have a very painful recovery time and leave your mouth swollen and sore and it was not always very successful. Today there are much more efficient ways available through the use of lasers and cosmetic surgery where the lip can be repositioned and lowered to help your smile look more natural.
Getting the Right Cosmetic Dentist
The issue you may have in finding someone that can really help you with gum reduction using the latest techniques is finding just the right dentist to help you. This technique is not performed by most cosmetic dentists and you want to find someone that has experience in this type of work so you can be sure that is performed correctly. Take the time to search for a dentist that does work with the gums as part of their practice so you can have an examination and consultation and see what can be done to help you.
Now that you know that gum reduction is a possibility for you, you want to take the time to find the right cosmetic dentist to help you. Call the office of Dr. Alex Farnoosh at 310-928-1796 or visit his website at www.mygummysmile.com so you can learn more about the procedure and arrange for an appointment to discuss your options further.