Laser Gum Depigmentation

Gum depigmentation is a strategy utilized as a part of corrective dentistry to expel dark spots or fixes on the gums caused by over the top melanin. The typical shade of the gum tissue (gingiva) is pink, yet overabundance stores of (melanin gingival hyperpigmentation) can make what appear to be dark spots or fixes on the gums, making a tasteful or restorative issue. Discolouration may likewise be caused by long haul utilization of specific prescriptions.

A clinical appraisal is done to tweak the treatment to the patients needs, and the strategy itself can include laser removal procedures.

Laser Gum Depigmentation Techniques (Laser Gum Bleaching)

Melanocytes are cells which dwell in the basal layer of the gingival epithelium. These cells create melanin, which are colors that reason staining or dim spots in gums. A dental laser can target and remove the melanocytes, subsequently decreasing the generation of melanin in the gingival tissue. Following laser depigmentation, the gingiva mends by auxiliary goal. This outcomes in a lighter and more uniform shade of the gums.


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