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Gummy Smile

Gummy Smile

Smile showing to much gum

Gummy Smile

Gummy Smile

After gingival contour the smile looks much better

Gummy smile

Gummy smile

Before

Gummy Smile

Gummy Smile

After

Gingival Contour-Gingival Graft

Gingival Contour-Gingival Graft

There is a discrepancy in height between left and right incisors and canines. It was planned to treat the case with a connective tissue graft in the left canine and recontouring of the central and right-side lateral incisors

Case planning on computer

Case planning on computer

Treatment simulation on a computer for a better understanding of the procedure

Gingival Contour-Gingival Graft

Gingival Contour-Gingival Graft

Patient rights incisors were lengthened and connective tissue graft was placed in left canine as it was too long. The final restoration of the mouth was performed with fixed bridge on the left side of the patient and individual crowns on incisors and canine right side

GIngival contour

GIngival contour

Unaesthetic smile by the difference in height in the gum between 2 upper central incisors.

GIngival contour

GIngival contour

Defect corrected with a small gingival recontouring surgery where symmetry is shown in the central incisors

RIdge defect (collapse)

RIdge defect (collapse)

The arrow indicates a depression of the gum in the absent lateral incisor which is being replaced with a temporary bridge

RIdge defect (collapse)

RIdge defect (collapse)

With a connective tissue graft, the tissue volume lost by the absence of the tooth is recovered

RIdge defect (collapse)

RIdge defect (collapse)

After healing, a regular contour shown, and it will look more aesthetic and natural when a porcelain bridge is placed.