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Suggest treatment for removal of yellow spot from canine

hello doctor,
i had gum smile, i wanted to design my smile so i had gingivectomy after that I got veneers
i had gingivectomy surgery one month ago and veneers one week ago, now I have yellow spot on my gum, it is big over area of my right lateral incisor and canine , it is not painful or sensitive,
just yellow color, what does thing can be? I feel so worry
Wed, 30 Apr 2014
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Hi. Welcome to Healthcaremagic.
I read your query. As you mentioned having a yellow spot on gums after having gingivectomy and veeners, have you noticed any discharge ever?
If so, you need to consult your dentist for infection. It can also be the part of normal healing process, so wait and watch for 1-2 weeks.
Maintain oral hygiene. If the spot persists, then it is the discolouration of gum due to chemicals used during veenering. It can be removed easily by laser diode in single sitting. Consult your oral surgeon for this.
Hope the answer helps you. Thank you!
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Suggest treatment for removal of yellow spot from canine

Hi. Welcome to Healthcaremagic. I read your query. As you mentioned having a yellow spot on gums after having gingivectomy and veeners, have you noticed any discharge ever? If so, you need to consult your dentist for infection. It can also be the part of normal healing process, so wait and watch for 1-2 weeks. Maintain oral hygiene. If the spot persists, then it is the discolouration of gum due to chemicals used during veenering. It can be removed easily by laser diode in single sitting. Consult your oral surgeon for this. Hope the answer helps you. Thank you!