An excessively large frenum can prevent the teeth from coming together, resulting in a gap between the front teeth. If pulling is seen or the frenum is too large to allow the teeth to come together, the frenum is surgically released from the gum with a frenectomy.
A frenectomy is simply the surgical removal of a frenum. When orthodontic treatment is planned or initiated, the removal of an abnormal frenum, with or without a gingival graft, can increase stability and improve success of the final orthodontic result.
If you are in need of a Frenectomy or frenum procedure surgery, contact the most trusted Periodontist in Parkersburg, Vienna, Marietta and the surrounding areas and contact Dr. Richard Newhart – The Gum Dr. today.