At Pollock Clinics, we are familiar with several different techniques being used around the world so that we can provide optimal results for patients. Using long acting local anesthetic, we obviate the need for operating rooms at local hospitals and the need for a general anesthetic. Depending on the size and shape of your frenulum, we may employ a scalpel or bipolar diathermy to release it. Once the frenulum is released, we will then assess whether dissolvable stitches will be necessary to approximate the incision. Regardless of your anatomy, our goal is to provide the optimal aesthetic and functional result. Recovery using our technique takes only a few weeks.
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