You’re not alone in feeling apprehensive or nervous about your child’s surgery. Even if he or she only needs a simple extraction, we understand that any type of pediatric surgery is stressful, and it can be difficult to put your child into any doctor’s care. We’re here to assure you that our Lynn, MA oral surgeons are some of the best in the country, holding decades of experience and skill between our many team members. In addition, our on-staff nurse anesthetist is here to ensure your child feels relaxed around us and is safe and comfortable during surgery with administration of proper anesthesia. Our gentle, caring oral surgeons are here to improve your child’s orofacial health through personalized pediatric surgery. Get to know our team by scheduling your child’s first appointment with us today.
Improper development of a baby during the mother’s pregnancy can result in birth defects of the child’s upper lip (cleft lip) or mouth (cleft palate). Repairing these orofacial clefts within 12-18 months after birth can significantly improve their facial appearance as well as hearing, breathing, and speech development.
A child suffering with tongue tie or lip tie means the tissue that tethers the upper lip or the tongue to the mouth is too restrictive, causing functional and aesthetic issues. A frenectomy removes these tissues to allow for proper movement of the lip or tongue.
Your child will most likely be sensitive to the way you’re feeling and acting during this time. We’re here to help you feel relaxed and stress-free, too. Our experienced oral surgeons and nurse anesthetist are open in their communication and are here to answer any questions or concerns. Dedicated to providing any child with the surgical care they need, we welcome children with dental anxiety, severe or otherwise, as well as special needs children. We do everything we can to make your child’s pediatric surgery experience as safe and effective as possible.
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