Procedure Gallery

Laser Gum Contouring

Laser Gum Contouring

This young woman came in after seeing the before and after pictures of laser gum contouring on Google search and our website. So she decided to have us do the procedure for her and was thrilled with the results!

 

Laser Gum Contouring

Laser Gum Contouring

This young patient was wanting to make improvements to the appearance of her smile. A quick 30-minute procedure and these are the results!
Laser Gum Contouring

Laser Gum Contouring

This patient from North Dallas was looking forward to her wedding day but wanted to first get rid of her gummy smile. She said she had never liked the way her smile looked and wanted both the upper and lower teeth done. The procedure took about 30 minutes, and she was absolutely ecstatic about the results!

Full Mouth Restoration with Implants and Crowns

Full Mouth Restoration with Implants and Crowns

For years, this 40-year-old male patient felt burdened by his smile’s alignment, poor health, and appearance, which affected his oral function and self-esteem, and made him a perfect candidate for a full-mouth restoration. Customized to suit a patient’s unique goals and needs, a full mouth restoration is a comprehensive treatment plan that simultaneously elevates your smile’s health, function, and aesthetics.

Dr. Alhadef helped this patient achieve a resilient and brilliant smile with tooth decay treatment, periodontal therapy, Zirconia crowns, and dental implants. He absolutely loves how his smile looks and feels today!

Laser Gum Contouring

Laser Gum Contouring

We love helping our patients achieve a smile they love! This patient saw our before and after photos of another patient who had undergone laser gum contouring and came in for the same procedure. She was happy with the results!

Gum contouring is often also called laser tooth lengthening. It is a procedure that doesn’t actually lengthen the tooth at all, though. Instead, it is a reduction of the gums with laser contouring for shaping to expose more of the teeth to view. Using a laser specifically made for soft tissue revision means a high level of precision with no danger to harming the teeth, reduced or no bleeding, and significantly less inflammation post procedure.

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