Multifocal Pigmentation, caused by a mixture of dark and white pigmented cells in the gums and oral mucus membranes, is not a health threat. However, many people feel that darkly pigmented gums limit their self-confidence afforded by a bright white smile.
Darkly pigmented gums and oral mucus membranes are not a health threat. However, many people feel that darkly pigmented gums limit the self-confidence afforded by a bright white smile.
Multifocal Pigmentation, (also known as brown spot) is a common pigmentation condition that is not a health threat. Multifocal pigmentation in the gums and oral mucus membranes is not a health threat, but it can create a barrier between the tooth and gum. During your oral exam, our hygienist will be able to best determine whether any treatment is needed.
Darkly pigmented gums can be a source of embarrassment. Our new MultiFocal Pigment Whitening Treatment will erase dark pigmentation through a topical application that works in the mouth as it washes away excess teeth-colored deposits.
Multifocal pigmentation Types:
Multifocal pigmentation (MP) can occur in many skin types and is not a health threat. In some people, MP lightens your smile, making your gums and oral mucus membranes appear whiter. This makes you feel confident about yourself and helps bring out your inner beauty.
You don’t have to worry about the health of your teeth, but there’s something you can do about your smile! Pigmentation on the gums and oral mucus membranes, commonly called dark spot disease, is common in many ethnic groups. It’s not a health threat, but it can affect your self-confidence and get in the way of showing off your smile.
Multifocal Pigmentation, or MFP, is a condition that affects both the skin and mucous membrane of the oral cavity. The dark-pigmented areas of the oral mucosa may cause a “white cap” to form over the top of the gums, tongue, and palate. Many people believe that this white appearance limits their self-confidence and inhibitions towards social interactions.
The fear and concern for those who have multiple shades of skin pigmentation, and the desire to change it forever.