Dr. Robert Stanley’s Procedure for Beautiful Black Gums
Dr. Robert Stanley’s Gingival Uniformity Modulation System (G.U.M.S) or in short call GUMS is a patent cosmetic treatment process develop by Britegums founder Dr. Robert Stanley, DDS. His impetus to discover a successful treatment came from the many dental patients seeking a solution to black gums. By using Dr Stanley’s GUM procedure , one can now have beautiful black gums and whitening their teeth at the same time!
What are black gums?
Black gums are also call black triangles, and they are a chronic problem that may arise as a side effect of gum disease. This is a condition in which the gum tissue has thicken, become red and inflame, or erode into the underlying soft tissues of the cheeks and lips. It is well known that people with untreate periodontal disease have black gums because bone crevices attract bacterial plaque deposits, which decay bone and enamel leading to tooth loss. So treating gum diseases can help to reshape the jaw hones to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices. A common symptom of periodontal disease is unhealthy teeth becoming loose as bacteria enters tiny spaces between your teeth leading to tooth loss.
How can you prevent them?
A lot of the causes of black gums are preventable through healthy dental care practices. Britegums offers a series of treatments to help reverse some of the symptoms, like receding gums and tooth loss, but there are also things you can do at home to keep your mouth clean. To avoid bacteria from sticking to your teeth and causing infection or periodontal disease, it is important to brush twice daily with a fluoride toothpaste and floss once a day before bedtime. Make sure to use an antimicrobial mouthwash after any meal or drink that was messy so you can kill any bacteria in your mouth before they create havoc on your oral health.
What are stains or discoloration?
Some people may be surprise to learn that their yellow, black, or brown gums could not be cause by smoking cigarettes or coffee drinking. There are actually many reasons why one might have yellow, black, or brown gums like smoking cigarettes or coffee drinking! Those with habits like these may see stains or discoloration on their teeth because of it. The condition is known as black triangles and is usually cause by clenching and grinding your teeth at night which is also known as bruxism. This can result in a reshaping of the jaw hone and increase the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices too!
Best practices before starting your aesthetic dentistry journey
Find a dentist that specializes in aesthetic dentistry and meet with them for an initial consultation. Speak to the dentist about your goals, find out what kind of procedures they do, and have your questions answer about fees, anesthesia, healing time, and more. Plan ahead by choosing the best time in your life to undergo aesthetic dentistry procedures so you can recover properly without impacting work or family life too much. Be aware of any symptoms that may indicate a medical issue such as a mouth sore (a swollen and ulcerate spot near the lip or inside the mouth), unexplain fever or chronic inflammation from poor oral hygiene and food stuck in teeth making it impossible to chew/swallow food properly should be check by a doctor immediately before proceeding with an aesthetic dentistry procedure.
Maintaining gum health after the procedure
After the GUMS procedure, it is important to maintain a healthy regimen. And a dental hygiene to keep your gum tissue strong and resilient.
Many practices recommend brushing at least two times per day with a soft bristle toothbrush or flossing. In order to remove plaque, food debris, and bacteria from areas of the mouth that are hard to reach or see. Plaque build-up in these areas can lead to gingivitis (a minor form of gum disease). And eventually periodontal disease if not taken care of on a regular basis. In addition, reducing sugar intake and regular dental visits are all recommend ways to help healthy gums after the GUMS procedure.
What procedure is done for gum disease?
The procedure starts with deep cleanings and the use of an antiseptic solution. The gums are dry and seal to create a smooth surface as they heal. Next, Dr. Stanley sculpts a form that reshapes the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices, eliminates bacteria and infection, encourages egrowing damage bones and tissues, prevents tooth loss, reduces gum gaps between teeth. Lastly, gum tissue is secure over top to cover the treate area while it heals (9 days)
Why would a dentist cut your gums?
Some dentists believe that cutting back gums can be necessary. To reduce bacteria from growing deep into the crevices in between teeth and jaws. To make room for new teeth to come in. Known as black triangles, reshaping the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices. Eliminating bacteria and infection., egrowing damage bones and tissues., preventing tooth loss. Reducing gum gaps between teeth, balancing the profile of upper and lower jaws, shrinking excess gum tissue
Does gum disease need surgery?
It’s an often heard phrase that teeth are only as healthy as your gums but is there truth to this statement? Are teeth healthy if the gums aren’t? The answer is yes, but it depends on the severity of the gum disease. In more mild cases, tooth brushing and proper flossing can go a long way in controlling bacteria in your mouth. In more severe cases, gum disease can actually have a negative effect on your oral health by increasing your risk of tooth loss, gum tissue shrinking and exposure.
What are the different types of gum surgery?
There are various types of gum surgery that can be performe depending on the condition:
* Reshaping the jaw hone – This is the most important procedure to do. Because it helps lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices which can lead to tooth loss. It also removes bacteria and infection, which leads to healthy bone and tissue regrowth. Which in turn decreases gum gaps between teeth and helps heal damage bones and tissues.
* Removing black triangles – This type of gum surgery removes damage tissue. Infect material and works to reduce recurrence rates by lowering inflammation.
What is meant by gum surgery?
Gum surgery is a dental procedure that involves the surgical treatment of gum disease to improve the health. It also known as periodontal therapy, can help alleviate the pain cause by periodontitis. A condition in which the tissue that holds teeth in place becomes infect or disease. Gum surgery may also be use to improve jaw bone health and reduce tooth loss. Due to bone deterioration by reshaping the jaw hone to lower the risk for bacterial growth in bone crevices. Eliminating bacteria and infection; egrowing damage bones and tissues; preventing tooth loss; reducing gum gaps between teeth.