What is gum depigmentation?

Gum depigmentation is a cosmetic dentistry procedure used to remove dark patches and spots on the gums to achieve a healthy pink color. It is a simple, quick and painless procedure that makes use of laser to eradicate the dark pigment as well as the cells that produce it.

What makes the gums dark?

Melanin is the pigment which is responsible for the color of your skin as well as your gums. It is a responsive pigment i-e it responds to irritants which stimulate its production. Are you a smoker? if yes, there is bad news for you. Smoking causes excessive production of melanin in your gums is partly reversible when you quit smoking.

What Do We do?

Are your gums dark and patchy? Al Mumtaz Dental Center has the perfect solution for you with our gum depigmentation technology. We have experienced and highly qualified dentists and modern laser technology. At the first step of depigmentation, our experienced dentist will examine your gums and make sure they are not infected. If they are, our dentist will advise you deep cleaning. After examination and further treatment if any needed, our dentist will give local anesthesia to numb the area and make the process comfortable. Laser is used to destroy the pigment. You will be completely healed within two weeks of the procedure having healthy looking pink gums.

Care during the recovery period

  • Do not smoke during the recovery period.
  • Eat only soft foods. Hard foods may cause bleeding of the gums.
  • Take the medication as prescribed by your dentist to heal faster.

Why Choose Us?

Are you looking for healthy pink gums? Our highly experienced dentists can help you with gum depigmentation. We use modern laser technology to remove the dark pigment from your gums. We make sure that you are completely comfortable during the entire process and assure you the desired outcome. With Al Mumtaz Dental Center on your side, you can definitely have a confident smile that will last for a life time.

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