Laser treatment of short frenulum syndrome

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Description of the procedure

Laser treatment of short frenulum syndrome is a minimally invasive medical procedure used to correct problems related to an excessively short frenulum. The frenulum is a small fold of tissue that connects, for example, the bottom of the tongue with the lower part of the mouth or the lip with the gum. A frenulum that is too short may cause difficulties in speaking, eating, and in children, also in the proper development of the bite.

How it's working?

The procedure is performed using a specialized medical laser that precisely cuts and coagulates the tissue, minimizing bleeding and the risk of infection. The laser cutting is very accurate, which allows for quick and effective correction of the frenulum without the need for sewing.

Effects:

• Improved speech function and ease of pronouncing words
• Better comfort when eating and drinking
• Facilitates oral hygiene
• In children, it may contribute to better dental development

Indications:

• Short frenulum of tongue or lip
• Problems with pronunciation
• Difficulty eating
• Children with problems with bite development due to a short frenulum

Duration of the treatment

The procedure usually takes a few minutes and is performed on an outpatient basis.

FAQ

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