Cuspid Removal. In order to preserve the canine eminence, an alveolectomy is requiredSelective removal of the buccal plateRemove 1/3 of the buccal plateThis will remove the support and give a better crown: root ratio. High Frenum Attachment. Frenectomy. The diamond techniqueUsing two hemostats, secure the frenum adjacent to the gingiva and adjacent to the vestibuleCut on the outside of the hemostats to avoid leaving crushed tissue in placeThe key to healing is to open up the submucosal tis20
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