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High frenum attachment has a detrimental effect on periodontal tissue and esthetics. High adhesion to the frenulum can lead to gingivitis and central diastema, which are indications for frenectomy. A better oral aesthetic appearance improves the overall appearance and personality and self-confidence when smiling. Short clinical crown is often a patient complaint, one of the causes being altered passive eruption. Objective: To describe the correction of high frenulum with frenectomy anddoi:10.18502/kme.v2i1.10863 fatcat:mxzno3myp5e2zhlplbxlfrodqq