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What is a Frenectomy

Micheal Whoody

A frenectomy in pediatric dentistry is a simple surgical procedure that removes or reshapes a tight or thick piece of tissue (frenum) in a child’s mouth. It’s typically recommended for infants or young children who have difficulty nursing or older children with speech or orthodontic issues caused by a tight frenum. The procedure is quick, minimally invasive, and can be done with local anesthesia. We use a CO2 laser, some benefits of this include no sutures, minimal bleeding, and improved healing. It also helps improve a child’s oral health, function, and quality of life.

Dental Emergencies

We all hope they never happen, but in the off chance they do, we need to be prepared. The way you react to a dental emergency can determine the future health of your child’s over oral health.


Toothaches happen for a variety of reasons. Be sure to clean the area of the tooth in pain, rinse the mouth with warm water, and use floss to carefully dislodge any food that may be the source of discomfort. If swelling occurs, use a cold compress. And, if pain and swelling continue, call our dentist immediately.

Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip, or Cheek

The first step to treating a cut or bitten tongue, lip, or cheek is to control swelling by applying ice. If there is bleeding, apply firm pressure with gauze or cloth. And, if bleeding does not stop, contact our dentist immediately.


Micheal Whoody

The pediatric dental practice where infants, kids & teens can feel at home.