Gum Pinkening may seem like an odd name, but there’s actually science behind the name. What we at Britegums are actually doing with our patented gum pinkening procedure is making your gums pink again, which can make you look younger and fresher in the process! We call this pinkening, and here are three reasons why you should consider it, too. If you’re interested in learning more about Gum Pinkening and how it can give you back that natural pinkish hue that your gums once had, contact us to schedule your consultation.
What Is Gum Pinkening?
We like to call our revolutionary procedure gum pinkening since that’s what we’re doing to the gums: pinkening them. If you look up the word pinkening in the dictionary, you won’t find a definition. We developed our own definition for it: we are adding color and brightness to your teeth.
Why Get Gum Pinkening Done?
Britegums is a revolutionary new procedure that promises to make your teeth whiter and more attractive. The treatment has no side effects, it’s quick and easy to do, and it works in just one visit. It’s also safe for people with sensitive teeth. Britegums is perfect for anyone who wants to look great without having to worry about negative side effects or long recovery periods.
The Cost Of Getting It Done:
The cost of getting this procedure done starts at $450. The best part about gum pinkening is that you can take care of it yourself in your own home with a kit from Britegums. You’ll need to invest in one of our kits, which runs around $150, and then you’ll need to make sure you have some time set aside because it will take up to two weeks to get the desired results. The step-by-step process is easy as well: apply our special formula (included) on your gums twice per day for up to two weeks and voila! Your gums will be pink and glowing without any pain or downtime.
The Difference Between Having It Done Professionally And DIY:
Britegums is a revolutionary procedure that can turn your yellowish and unattractive gums into a rosy, healthy-looking mouth. However, there are two ways to do it: DIY or professionally. So which should you choose? Here are some pros and cons to help you decide. The most important thing to consider when deciding between DIY and professional gum pinkening is whether or not you want to maintain your gums in their newly pinkened state long-term. If you want them back to how they were before, then either option will work for you. If you only want temporary results and don’t mind going through the process again in six months, then DIY would be perfect for you!
How To DIY At Home?
Check out this simple recipe for doing your own gum pinkening at home:
- Combine equal parts baking soda and hydrogen peroxide in a bowl.
- Mix until there are no lumps left in the mixture.
- Brush your teeth with the mixture, ensuring it is completely covered on all surfaces, and then brush off any excess before spitting it out.
- Rinse your mouth thoroughly with water to ensure all baking soda residue has been washed away.
Do I Need Braces First?
Braces are used to fix misaligned teeth, but they can also help with overcrowding. When you have two teeth that are too close together, a brace will push them apart and allow more room for your other teeth. If you just need one tooth moved, then a clear retainer is all that’s needed. Retainers are typically made of plastic or metal and are fitted to your mouth so that they can hold your teeth in their new position. They’re sometimes removable for eating or cleaning.
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How Long Will The Results Last?
The effects of gum pinkening will last up to a year. It’s important that you stick with a good oral hygiene routine, as this will help keep your gums pink and healthy. Britegums recommends brushing at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste for two minutes each time, flossing once a day, and using Listerine mouthwash twice daily. We don’t recommend smoking or chewing tobacco products, as these can cause gum problems and make the results of the procedure much shorter lived.
Where Can I Get This Procedure Done Near Me?
It has been shown that tooth whitening can be effective in eliminating stains, but you have to be careful not to overdo it and make teeth too white. That’s why a lot of people turn to gum pinkening as an alternative. It’s less intensive than tooth whitening, which means there is less risk of overdoing it and having a mouthful of unnaturally bright teeth. Plus, gum pinkening is cheaper than most other cosmetic procedures. And if you ever want to go back to your original color, just stop using the gums for a little while and let your natural pigment come back in place.
Some people might think that gum pinkening is unnecessary, but I think it’s a great idea. If you have stained teeth and need to whiten them, you can always do it in your dentist’s office. But if you have stained gums, not only do they look bad themselves but they also show up on your teeth making them seem dingy and discolored as well. And as we all know, white teeth are very attractive!