FRENECTOMY MASKING THE HIDDEN CULPRIT: A CASE REPORT

Dr Sapana Anand Raje, Dr Pallavi Singh

Abstract


Frenum is bands of muscle or fascia attaching the lips, cheeks,or tongue to alveolar ridges. Archers classical frenectomy is
excision of bre, interdental papillae, and exposure of alveolar bone upto palatine papillae while other techniques like
Edward frenectomy, frenum relocation by z-plasty and free gingival graft1. Z-plasty is necessary to perform a frenectomy for esthectic
psychological, and functional reasons3. A case series here is presented .


Keywords


Aberrent frenum, z-plasty, Free Gingival Graft

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