Botox for Gummy Smile

Conveniently located to serve Dallas and Plano, TX

Botox can be used for wrinkle reduction, sweat reduction, and 24 other FDA-cleared indications in the human body. Dr. Lam also uses Botox to help with someone’s gummy smile, i.e., when one smiles too much, excessive gum is shown above the teeth. This is an unattractive feature that can be easily fixed with little cost, little to no discomfort, and increasing longevity. Dr. Lam specializes in this painless procedure and has treated a large number of individuals seeking this type of improvement.

The goal is to target a small muscle known as the levator alaeque nasi (LAN) that serves to lift the lips excessively to expose one’s gums. Fortunately, this procedure is painless using Dr. Lam’s vibratory technique, very quick (taking only a few seconds), and in almost every case has no recovery time. The result becomes apparent within a few days to a week in a subtle but profound way and should not affect speech or have other negative side effects.

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Botox for Gummy Smile

Unfortunately, the procedure lasts a shorter time to start, only 6 weeks to 2.5 months but after 1 to 2 times, the interval becomes longer and longer in duration. Dr. Lam has noticed that after a few times the interval can expand all the way to 6 months to a year and require very little maintenance. This inexpensive, easy procedure is powerful in terms of the cosmetic benefits for an individual with little to no drawback.

For more information on Botox for gummy smiles, please watch Dr. Lam’s virtual consultation

Your Botox for Gummy Smile will be performed by Dr. Lam' surgery center located in Plano, TX.

His technique is great and i never have pain when he does my fillers and botox.


Also, watch testimonials and other videos in Dr. Lam’s Botox videos section. For a consultation with Dr. Lam regarding whether Botox for gummy smile will work for you, please email us at [email protected] or call 972.312.8188.

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