Pink gums probably aren’t the first thing you think of when you imagine a perfect smile but you’d be surprised how noticeable dark or blotchy gums can be in pictures or videos. Your smile is often times the first thing people see during a first impression which means every little imperfection is amplified. The tiny piece of spinach or the dark spots on your gums go from tiny things to big things. If you’re in any field where looks matter, blotchy gums can make a huge difference.
How big of a difference exactly? Take a look at the major players in Hollywood and you’ll see for yourself. The celebrities who could have blotchy gums (celebrities with high levels of melanin in their skin) rarely do. Even though a huge number of people have dark or blotchy gums, most celebrities don’t. At some point, they realized that the lack of uniform coloring on their gums was keeping them having the kind of smile they needed for their career. Whether you like to admit it or not, a smile can make or break an interview, a screen test, or a dinner date. Often times, a smile is the first thing people notice first impressions. If you’re a star, you can’t have people noticing your gums before they notice your talent.
Most of these celebrities, from Oprah to Obama, probably endured a painful procedure to remove the excess melanin from their gums. There are tons of gum bleaching treatments that can painfully and temporarily “bleach” gums but, until recently, there was no pain-free, affordable way to get pink gums for life. Thanks to Dr. Robert Stanley, that’s changed. Britegums is the only cosmetic gum pinkening treatment on the market that’s minimally invasive and yields permanent or near-permanent results.