Sunday, May 29, 2016

How to Fix a Gummy Smile

Research has shown the incidence of so-called "gummy smiles" to be as high as 26% in certain populations, and that women exhibit this feature at twice the rate of their male counterparts.

Gummy smiles are mild malformations of the human face, and typically arise through abnormal growth and development.  In most cases, they are not genetically determined.  They typically manifest early in life during crucial developmental stages and may or may not be associated with other health conditions.  They are universally viewed as being less aesthetically pleasing.  Often, patients with gummy smiles feel insecure about their smiles and seek to cover or hide their mouths when they smile fully.

Now there is a non-surgical solution that can completely eliminate a gummy smile in as little as 9-18 months.  It's called the DNA appliance, pioneered by Dr. Dave Singh.  It is available only through specially trained dentists located around the world.

This unique and proprietary technology activates stem cells in the mouth to remodel and redevelop the dental arches and remodel the jaws.  This realigns and restores the normal genetically coded placement of teeth and jaws, and by so doing, the gummy smiles just go away.

Go to for further information on Dr. Singh's amazing scientific discovery.

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