Fighting Dental Disease: Learn More About It Here

Fighting Dental Disease: Learn More About It Here

3 Practical Benefits Of Having A Labial Frenectomy Surgery Performed

by Gregory Price

You're probably familiar with the tissue that connects your upper gums to your upper lips. This muscular tissue is called the labial frenum. It's natural, but it isn't always needed. In fact, there are several situations when you would benefit from having it removed. This procedure is known as a labial frenectomy, and having it performed benefits you in the following ways.

1. Helps With Oral Discomfort 

There are those who actually experience discomfort with their frenum. Any time they move their mouth or extend their jaw too far, it can cause them pain. You shouldn't have to live with this pain every day, and you don't have to when you take advantage of a labial frenectomy.

Once your frenum is removed, you won't feel any more discomfort. No matter how you position your mouth, no pain will occur. This is particularly beneficial if you have apparatuses in your mouth, such as traditional metal braces. The frenum won't rub against your braces and cause discomfort.

2. Enhances Facial Appearance

Thanks to the frenum, a gap is created between the upper front teeth. Although this is a perfectly normal facial feature, you may not like it. You may dislike this gap so much that your self-confidence takes a hit in regards to your facial appearance.

Well, you'll be happy to know that having a labial frenectomy procedure performed actually helps alleviate this gap. You'll then be able to smile with confidence, which can ultimately give you more confidence in public situations. One simple procedure can pay dividends in terms of your overall happiness with your appearance.

3. Stabilizes Dentures

If you have dentures, then the frenum can actually affect its stability. This is not ideal because then many normal activities could be affected while wearing dentures, such as talking and eating. To deal with this dilemma, you can take advantage of a labial frenectomy.

With the frenum gone, your dentures will have adequate stability and fit perfectly in your mouth. This gives you the confidence to perform many important activities with dentures in your mouth. You won't have to worry as much about your dentures slipping out of position and causing you discomfort.

The frenum is a structure in your mouth that may not seem like it has much of a purpose. You might thus have it removed through a labial frenectomy. Doing so gives you access to so many benefits, from improving your confidence to giving dentures more stability. 


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Fighting Dental Disease: Learn More About It Here

Up until a year ago, I did my best to keep my teeth and gums clean. But after securing a new job, I began to work late into the night and didn't have the time or energy to brush and floss before I retired to bed. My busy schedule and poor dental hygiene finally affected my teeth and gums. After experiencing severe pain in several of my teeth, I made an appointment with my dentist. My dentist examined my mouth and discovered three large cavities in my molars. After four long weeks, my dentist finally completed my dental work. I learned a very painful lesson during that time. No matter how busy you are, always brush and floss. I started this blog to inform other people about the importance of good dental care. I hope you find the time to read it. Thanks for visiting.

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