Search Results for “Frenectomy Diode Laser

 

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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CO<sub>2</sub> Laser Lingual Frenectomy

Jay B. Reznick, DMD, MD, Dipl. American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, discusses in this video a CO2 laser Lingual Frenectomy procedure. Each step of the surgery is described

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LightScalpel Functional Frenectomies and Frenuloplasties: A Partial Literature Review
By: Vitruk, Peter | Published: 2020 in Dental Sleep Practice

Find out why doctors choose the LightScalpel CO2 laser when performing functional frenectomies and frenuloplasties. This partial literature review emphasizes the importance of oro-myofunctional therapy and weighs the differences between the LightScalpel and other laser modalities when treating tethered oral tissues.

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Kirk B. Kollmann, DMD, Interview

Kirk B. Kollmann, DMD, shares his experience performing infant tongue-tie releases (frenectomy) with the LightScalpel CO2 laser, diode laser, and scissors. He also details the experience of the patient and

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Article Summary. In order to rebuild the necessary orofacial function in children and adult patients, an extensive tongue-tie functional release includes the mandatory pre- and post frenectomy myofunctional therapy and the SuperPulse CO2 Laser frenectomy, preferably under topical anesthesia and combined with Tongue Movement Assessment for Ideal Release to achieve optimal function.

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