During mandibular labial frenectomy, the mandibular
labial frenulum is removed. This is the flap of tissue that extends from the
lower jaw to the lips.
- Gum surgery
- Oral surgery
and implant surgery
labial frenulum surgery
Treated with Mandibular Labial Frenectomy:
Mandibular labial frenectomy may be performed to
prepare for prosthetic implantation of in cases of abnormal mandibular labial
There are no comparable non-surgical or surgical
alternatives to mandibular labial frenectomy.
with Mandibular Labial Frenectomy:
Mandibular labial frenectomy is performed with a
Complications from Mandibular Labial Frenectomy:
Possible risks following mandibular labial
frenectomy include swelling, infection, bleeding, poor healing and a negative
reaction to the anesthesia.
after Mandibular Labial Frenectomy:
The prognosis for a positive end result following
mandibular labial frenectomy is good.
from Mandibular Labial Frenectomy:
Total recovery from mandibular labial frenectomy
takes one to two weeks.