Pink aesthetic treatment is a procedure performed in cases where there is an irregularity of the gums and it prevents the tooth structure. The fact that the gums are thick aesthetically affects the smile, and patients often resort to the pink aesthetic procedure with this complaint. The arrangement of the gums is most often practiced for the upper palate.
The most commonly used types of treatment in pink aesthetics, which have different treatment methods, are as follows:
• Crown lengthening process: Both the gum tissue and the tooth bone are rearranged. As a result of treatment, the teeth get a longer appearance.
• Regenerative: Tissues in the gums can be damaged for many reasons. All gum cells damaged in the regenerative process are treated by taking advantage of the body’s self-renewal feature.
• Gingivoplasty: Pockets of the gum are treated by interfering with disproportionate levels of the gum.
• Gingivectomy: Gingivectomy is used for gum growth and removal of excess gums.
Thanks to pink aesthetics, the height and appearance of the teeth are improved, while the benefits from the point of view of dental health are also observed. As a treatment method that has benefits for oral and maxillofacial health, such as eliminating inflammation in the gums, preventing tooth loss, improving tissues and cells, gum aesthetics is the most commonly performed type of aesthetic treatment.
Who Prefers Pink Aesthetics?
The reasons for choosing gum aesthetics include; the density of the gums is different from each other, dec gums are more or less, the type of asymmetric gums is present, and there is a chronic inflammation of the gums.
With pink aesthetics, which gives definite and permanent results, the tooth structure seen when smiling and talking in daily life is made better. Pink aesthetics, which can be done by everyone from people who have completed tooth growth to adult people, is a type of treatment that is not costly.
The Process of Recovery After Pink Aesthetics
In this operation, there are recovery periods that vary depending on the course and form of treatment. On average, an improvement in the gums is observed within 1 week, but the duration may decrease and increase depending on the density of the gum. Oral and dental care should be carefully maintained after gum treatment.