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Figure 1: Initial incision of the frenulum (a) is followed by gentle but firm traction to extend the initial cut vertically (b). Further small cuts with the hyfrecator scalpel result in complete resolution of the tethering frenulum with practically no bleeding, leaving the frenular vessels intact (c)

Figure 1: Initial incision of the frenulum (a) is followed by gentle but firm traction to extend the initial cut vertically (b). Further small cuts with the hyfrecator scalpel result in complete resolution of the tethering frenulum with practically no bleeding, leaving the frenular vessels intact (c)