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Functional Frenectomy (Osteopathically Guided)
By: Geis, Michael, Kundel, Leonard, and Vitruk, Peter | Published: 2018 in Dental Sleep Practice

In order to rebuild the necessary orofacial function in adult patients, a Tongue-Tie Functional Release includes the mandatory pre- and post- frenectomy myofunctional therapy and the CO2 laser frenectomy...

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The CO2 laser is the best suited soft-tissue surgical laser for the frenectomy procedure because, both cutting and hemostasis is achieved photo-thermally (radiantly). We answer some of the most commonly asked questions about laser frenectomies with the LightScalpel surgical / dental laser.

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Infant Frenectomy with 10.6 micrometers Dental CO<sub>2</sub> Laser
By: Kaplan, Martin, Hazelbaker, Alison, and Vitruk, Peter | Published: 2015 in Washington Academy of General Dentistry Newsletter

Once properly diagnosed, infant lip-ties and tongue-ties can be safely and efficiently released using the soft tissue 10,600 nm CO2 laser with predictable and repeatable tissue response, fast ablation and instant hemostasis...

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Laser-Assisted Removal of Irritation Fibroma
By: Levine, Robert and Vitruk, Peter | Published: 2014 in Global Laser Oral Health

The excision of irritation fibromas, with the flexible fiber waveguide 10,600-nm CO2 laser is a minimally invasive and typically suture-free surgical modality that ensures dependable treatment of fibromas. It is, in many respects, superior to most of the alternative treatment options.

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