Managing your dental hygiene and health is important not only to the way that you look each day but to your overall health as well. While most of us focus mainly on taking the best care of our teeth as possible each day, it is important that you do not forget that your gums are in need of proper regular care as well. Even a person that takes excellent care of their teeth and practices good oral hygiene may notice that they have an issue with their gum tissue. Instead of simply overlooking it, it may be time for you to face up to the discolored gum problem that you have noticed and do something about it.
Dealing with Discoloration
When you have gums that are discolored, meaning they are not the pink color most of us associate with healthy gums, it can be quite distressing to you. You may notice that the pigment of your gum tissue is very dark, appearing a dark red or perhaps even black. There can be a number of different reasons for this happening. It may be you have begun to use medications that cause gum discoloration. People that have smoked regularly are also prone to having discolored gums thanks to the years of using tobacco products. You may not have even noticed the problem before but have had gums of this color for many years and perhaps it is a genetic issue. Whatever the case may be, you should know that there is treatment available to help you.
Seeing the Right Dentist
Your general dentist is not going to be able to help you much with a discolored gum issue. For something of this nature, you are going to want to go to a specialist in this field like Dr. Alex Farnoosh. Out our office, Dr. Farnoosh has pioneered a treatment designed to permanently get rid of dark gums, leaving you with the healthy gum tissue that brightens your look and smile. Through our gum bleaching with dermabrasion techniques, the discolored tissue is easily removed.
Learn More Today
If you are not sure what you can do about a discolored gum problem, take the time to call our office at 310-928-1796 and arrange for a consultation with Dr. Farnoosh. You can also learn more about our techniques and dark gum issues by visiting our website at www.dark-gums.com. You can then take the first steps with our office to help you reclaim the beautiful smile that you want.