A novel, pain-free method for achieving long-lasting gingival depigmentation is now available: the Ginguval Umiformity Modulation Procedure.

 Introducing the Ginguval Umiformity Modulation Procedure: a new, pain-free way to achieve long-lasting gingival depigmentation.


Gingival depigmentation techniques of the past have made some afraid to try them. Painful and requiring significant recovery time, they weren’t ideal. As note above, traditional gingival depigmentation processes were painful. They were also temporary. The Ginguval Umiformity Modulation Procedure (GUM) addresses these issues by using laser technology in an entirely new way to achieve the long-lasting results you want without the pain or other issues common to other techniques available today.

Why visit your dentist?

Gingival diseases and their implications can include many different things: Changes in color of your gum tissue, contour change that may affect your toothbrush and floss holder positioning, consistency changes that may alter your dental routine and make it difficult for the hygienist or dentist to perform their jobs properly, texture changes that increase inflammation risks as well as potentially cause you discomfort on swallowing as certain fibers are loosen with this sensitivity changes. The size of your gums is also important if you’re looking for dentures – mouth guards or similar appliances. You may experience severe bleeding or formation of ulcers or vesicles in specific areas within your mouth such as at the corners of the mouth in relation to the teeth root structure inside.

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What is UMFPTM?

The Ginguval Umiformity Modulation Procedure is a minimally invasive and reversible technique for achieving chronic gingival depigmentation. Instead of using an active agent like hydroquinone that causes inflammation, UMFPTM affects pigments at the level of your cells without eliciting any inflammatory response – this means you’ll experience no pain, swelling or ulcers (or vesicles) during treatment.

What are the benefits of UMFPTM?

UMFPTM is less painful than traditional gingival depigmentation processes and it can be done in just one visit – no recovery time require! It also doesn’t cause swelling of the gingiva or formation of ulcers or vesicles like other methods. Most importantly, UMFPTM is completely safe and completely permanent! After just one treatment from Dr. Waalen in Winnipeg, you can be confident that your smile will always look beautiful without any additional treatments needed again ever!

How does UMFPTM work?

Aesthetic dentists are happy to report that this treatment eliminates all the drawbacks of previous procedures. First, it’s an incredibly gentle procedure that produces none of the icky side effects associate with traditional procedures. The sensation feels more like your dentist is using a light massage technique than anything invasive or abrasive. There’s no discomfort and no swelling up of the gingiva (which can be very painful). Best of all is how natural it makes your teeth look once you get out from under all those dark stains — as if they were just clean at your dental visit yesterday!

When can I see results?

The short answer is right away. A surgical or dental procedure is not necessary for this procedure; all that’s need is an oral topical medication application at home. You will see results in about two weeks of use, which may vary depending on your location and skin type.

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What does it cost?

Gingival depigmentation is typically a cosmetic procedure. It doesn’t require anesthesia and will only cost you your time (and some physical discomfort). The procedure typically takes two to three hours, but it can take longer depending on the complexity of treatment and how cooperative you are with your provider during this process. You should plan for about a week or so of recovery time before returning to daily activities; in particular, activities that would cause damage or trauma to your mouth tissues like chewing food too hard or brushing too aggressively.

Can I return to my regular activities immediately after treatment?

Not immediately after your procedure—but within a few days of your treatment, you can return to your regular activities with only mild discomfort for about two weeks. A little bit of swelling is normal after any oral surgery. Your physical therapist will be able to advise you on how much post-operative activity is safe and appropriate for you. After that two week period, most people resume their regular level of activity (exercise routines, work obligations).

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Who would be a good candidate for this procedure?

The best candidates for this procedure are individuals who are otherwise healthy and have good oral hygiene habits and regular dental care. Not all patients with porcelain veneers will be eligible for this procedure because it can take two or three appointments of approximately four hours each in order to complete treatment.  Vesicles that occur as part of a cold sore infection (herpes labialis) will not qualify as they heal quickly without any residual tissue changes that would improve results with the UMFP treatment protocol

Is there anything else I should know before getting UMFPTM?

Once you’ve made the decision that UMFPTM is right for you, you’ll be provide with all of the information and equipment necessary for your procedure. You’ll also be given instruction on how to care for your mouth after treatment has been complete. A UMFPTM appointment typically lasts between 1 and 2 hours. The majority of patients have minimal discomfort or sensitivity during this time. However, it may take up to two weeks before symptoms improve and healing begins. Once UMFPTMTM has been complete, it will yield lasting results with little need for maintenance. Only minor touch ups every three years are require after the first procedure is performe.

How is gingival disease diagnosed?

Gingival diseases have many different symptoms and causes. The two most common types of gingivitis are subacute and chronic. Subacute form presents with erosions or vesicles and is often associate with systemic diseases. Such as diabetes mellitus or rheumatoid arthritis; it heals quickly with good oral hygiene measures.

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