Gum Recontouring – Tucson, AZ
Give Your Smile the Perfect Frame
Your gums may not be your main focus when you think of your smile, but the truth is that they can strongly influence the way that your smile looks. If you feel that you have a disproportionate amount of gum tissue that is taking away from the appearance of your smile, there is a solution! Dr. Jay Lopez offers gum recontouring to help patients achieve a full, even smile. This involves the use of a soft-tissue laser to reshape gum tissue quickly and effectively. To learn more about this cosmetic option, give us a call to get started with an initial consultation.
Why Choose Jay Lopez, DDS for Gum Recontouring?
- State-of-the-Art Dental Technology
- Minimally Invasive Procedure
- Soft Tissue Laser Dentistry
Benefits of Gum Recontouring
Ultimately, the goal of gum recontouring is to help you achieve a smile that you are confident showing off. However, there are a variety of other benefits as well. Here are just some of the ones that you can experience:
- The dental laser removes excess gum tissues quickly without causing pain or stinging.
- You don’t need to worry about your gum tissue growing back – the results are permanent!
- The procedure is minimally invasive.
- Gum recontouring creates even gumline for optimal symmetry.
Indications of Gum Recontouring
During your consultation with Dr. Lopez, you can discuss the goals you have for your smile and determine whether or not gum recontouring is the best solution for you. This procedure is often ideal for patients who:
- Are self-conscious about the appearance of a “gummy” smile.
- Have a gumline that is uneven.
- Have teeth that appear small due to an excess of gum tissue.
Cost of Gum Recontouring
The cost of this treatment varies depending on how extensive it is. For instance, reshaping the gums near one or two teeth will cost less than addressing the teeth around numerous teeth. During your initial consultation, we will discuss the cost of your treatment based on your unique needs. If your treatment is purely for cosmetic purposes, it’s unlikely that dental insurance will cover it, so you may want to consider other financing options.