This is a common occurence we run into on porcelain veneer cases. The patient wants a beautiful smile but shows too much gums and the teeth are square looking. The solution is to recontour the gums. Dr Gleave used a laser. There is minimal bleeding and swelling so the tissue stays right when it is lasered. This photo shows the temporary acrylic veneers placed the same day as the lasering. What a difference just a couple of millimeters makes.
Tiffin felt embarrassed about her gummy smile but wasn’t sure if it was the kind of problem that could be fixed. That was until she discovered our team at Rod Gleave, ...Read More
When patients come to us for dental implants, we do all we can to prepare them for successful placement. Often, that requires a procedure called a ridge augmentation. At Rod ...Read More