How the GUMS Procedure Can Give You A Dazzling Smile

GUMS Procedure
A new procedure on the market has been gaining attention lately, called the GUMS procedure, short for Gingival Uniformity Modulation System. It’s actually not a brand-new technology, but rather an updated version of one that’s been around since the 1950s. Today, though, it’s available exclusively through Britegums Dental Spa and our partner dentist offices in New York City, so we thought it would be helpful to explain how it works in detail.

What Is GUMS?

Gingival Uniformity Modulation System (G.U.M.S) or in short call GUMS is a patented cosmetic treatment process developed by Britegums founder Dr. Robert Stanley, DDS. His impetus to discover a successful treatment came from his many patients suffering from gingival hyperplasia or excessive gum tissue…

Benefits Of The Procedure:

A great smile can give you confidence and assurance, especially in personal or professional settings. If you’re embarrassed to show off your pearly whites in public or get nervous when speaking to an attractive co-worker, then it may be time to consider some teeth-whitening options. Whitening your teeth isn’t just a luxury; it could actually help boost self-esteem and make you feel more outgoing. Luckily, there are several cosmetic dentistry procedures that are simple, affordable, and accessible. One of these procedures is called the Gums Uniformity Modulation System (GUMS) developed by Britegums founders Drs. Stanley and Robert Stanley, are both certified cosmetic dentists with more than 50 years of combined experience providing smiles for patients from around the world.

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The Procedures:

Most gum treatments today only tackle inflamed gums, but the GUMS procedure can also help with the recession, thinning, or discoloration. With G.U.M.S., your dentist will go back in time to when your teeth and gums were healthy, then they’ll use a laser to create microscopic holes that stimulate new growth four times faster than regular methods. It’s not just for cosmetic reasons—thicker and healthier gums are less likely to bleed or become infected, so you’ll notice an improvement in your smile almost immediately after treatment begins.

What’s Next?

Britegums patented Gingival Uniformity Modulation System procedure is revolutionary in that it allows you to get not only whiter teeth, but also straighter and less sensitive teeth. And while these are big benefits on their own, some patients choose to go even further with cosmetic treatments. For example, if your teeth have been darkened by years of drinking coffee or tea, we can perform a whitening treatment with Zoom! Whitening. Patients love that it’s fast and convenient—but more importantly, they love that it works! No matter what kind of procedure you choose for yourself, Britegums can help you out every step of the way. Request an appointment today.

Before & After Photos:

The ‘before’ picture shown here is before treatment but after whitening. The ‘after’ picture has been treated with G.U.M.S and has received new dental veneers to replace his old ones (which were severely stained). The result is an overall brighter appearance that has made him look younger! [ 4] The good news is that both of these procedures can be achieved in one trip to your dentist; it’s like getting two services for the price of one! [ 5]

Contact Us Now For An Appointment!

At Britegums, we want to help our patients better understand how our Gingival Uniformity Modulation System (G.U.M.S.) works and how it can improve their smiles! Here are some frequently asked questions, along with answers. If you still have questions or want more information, please contact us here. We look forward to helping you achieve your ideal smile! Q: How long will my results last? A: The results of the G.U.M.S procedure can last anywhere from one year to forever depending on proper dental care and regular maintenance visits with your dentist or orthodontist…. Q: Does insurance cover your cosmetic services? Frequently Asked Questions: With so many dentists and doctors operating in so many areas of our lives, it’s no wonder patients are often confused by what they should do when seeking treatment. If you’re one of these people who has had an unsightly condition or is generally unsure about how to proceed with dental work, then you may want to review our FAQ page. There are also several other answers on our page that will help you make decisions regarding orthodontics, teeth whitening, gum disease and more. Check out some of them here