Gummy Smiles with Porcelain Veneers

See Our Before & Afters

Veneers for Gummy SmilesVeneers Help Reduce Those Gummy SmilesVeneers Help Reduce Those Gummy SmilesGummy Smile before and after photosReduce gummy smiles with veneersVeneers for Gummy SmilesGummy Smile before and after photosVeneers Help Reduce Those Gummy SmilesVeneers Help Reduce Those Gummy SmilesReduce gummy smiles with veneers

Free E-Consultation

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Will I feel any pain during the treatment?

    You won’t feel any pain during the procedure as you will have a local anaesthetic to completely numb the area.

    Can I eat and drink as normal?

    Yes you can eat and drink as normal straight after the treatment.

    Will my gums bleed?

    Your gums may look a little bit bloody straight after the treatment but usually within hours they will have healed up.

    How long will it take to heal?

    The gums can take several weeks to completely heal but in most cases they will appear to be back to normal within a day or so.

    How much will it cost?

    The treatment varies in price depending on what other elements are included. To find out an exact price just give the clinic a call. If you require more information please view our dental fees page.

    How many appointments do I need?

    You just need one appointment to have gum sculpting.

    Can I pay in installments?

    Yes you can pay in installments over 1 to 5 years.

    How long does the process take and is there any aftercare or upkeep involved?

    The process takes minutes to carry out the actual gum sculpting, it is just a case of whether any other treatment is being carried out at the same time.

    Our Blogs

    Different veneers Finding the right veneer treatment

    Finding the right veneer treatment

    Thinking about getting veneers? Feel pretty confident it’s the right move for your smile? Great decision. But have you thought about what type of veneers you might have fitted? We didn’t think so. But don’t worry, you’re not on your own. Many people decide to have veneers without considering – or often even realising – …

    Read more

    Dealing with diastema

    Dealing with diastema

    Diastema. Sounds serious, doesn’t it? But actually, it’s just the proper name given to a common, and pretty straightforward, dental issue – a gap between two teeth. But whilst the issue might be relatively innocuous in dental terms, it can be so much more than that to those who have a diastema. Yes, there are …

    Read more

    Common questions about veneers 8 most commonly asked questions about veneers

    8 most commonly asked questions about veneers

    Unhappy with your smile but have mixed feelings about getting veneers? You’re not on your own. Many people have questions and misgivings about taking the plunge with cosmetic dental treatment, which is why, here at The Harley Street Smile Clinic, our first step is always to put you at ease and answer any questions. And …

    Read more

    National Smile Mouth National Smile Month

    National Smile Month

      If ever there’s a reason to smile it’s for National Smile Month, which this year runs from 16 May to 16 June. Organised by the Oral Health Foundation, it’s aimed at promoting – and improving – oral health in the UK. It started life as a week-long campaign back in 1977 and is now …

    Read more

    why your smile needs a break Lunch? Why your smile needs a break

    Lunch? Why your smile needs a break

    Taking a break is important. Grabbing a bite to eat is crucial too, helping to recharge batteries and fuel your mind and body for the afternoon ahead. All very well, but when it comes to teeth, could your lunch break be doing more harm than good?   Here cosmetic dental experts at the Harley Street …

    Read more

    How cosmetic dentistry can help your mental health How cosmetic dentistry can help more than just your smile

    How cosmetic dentistry can help more than just your smile

    A smile. Simple but effective. And one of the many ways we connect with others and the community around us. But what happens if you hate your smile? For many people, feeling self-conscious about appearance can lead to shying away from social situations and avoiding interaction. This often results in a more lonely and isolated …

    Read more

    Click to Call Us Click to WhatsApp Us Free E-Consultation