Infant Lip- & Tongue-Tie Release – Richard Baxter, DMD, MS

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Infant Lip- & Tongue-Tie Release – Richard Baxter, DMD, MS

Richard Baxter, DMD, MS,  uses his LightScalpel CO2 laser to perform a tongue- and lip-tie release (frenectomy) on a 3-week-old infant. Both of the restrictive frenula were released in under 1 minute. Infant frenectomies are performed to help resolve nursing difficulties. Some of the benefits of the LightScalpel laser infant frenectomy include less bleeding, no sutures, and excellent healing. It has been reported immediately following an infant laser frenectomy, mothers are able to nurse the baby with an improved latch and less nipple pain during breastfeeding. Published on March 9, 2018


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