: a review with the reports of surgical techniques.
is now a simple and straightforward procedure (ezlase).
of the inferior labial frenulum was performed in 1 patient due to diastema between the incisors.
Kara C Evaluation of Patient Perceptions of Frenectomy
: A comparison of Nd:Yag laser and conventional techniques.
It was followed by maxillary labial frenectomy
and vestibular deepening, using electrosurgery.
The tongue was released, and a frenectomy
of the lingual frenulum with repair of the tongue was performed (Fig 4).
is a procedure done in patients with a high maxillary fermium or lingual fermium attachment that causes midline diastema.
The case was taken up for excision of the recurrent lesion along with labial frenectomy
The applications of Diode and Er:YAG lasers in labial frenectomy
in infants patients.
In addition, the following associated procedures have been performed: tonsillectomy (n=12), bilateral myringotomy with tubes (n=11), bilateral myringotomy without tubes (n=1), unilateral myringotomy (n=1), frenectomy
(n=1), and a microscopic examination of the ear (cholesteatoma) (n=1).
Exclusion criteria for both groups were: to have undergone speech therapy in the area of Orofacial Motricity; to have performed frenectomy
and/or lingual frenotomy; to present neurological disorders or any physical or cognitive disorder that might interfere in the speech and audiological assessment; and to show anatomical-functional alterations.
is the complete removal of the frenulum, including its attachments to the underlying alveolar process.