A big thumbs up from Charlie. This is what 120 hours post op looks like in the Greenman household. Charlie is having a great day, minus some serious teething. While Charlie was in surgery, Dr. Fearon noticed that his upper dental Frenulum was thick and taught. This can cause delays when teeth come in and usually cause a big gap between a child's two front teeth. So, while Dr. Fearon was working on his skull, he also snipped Charlie's dental Frenulum to create a little space and allow his front teeth to descend properly. I think he just saved us lots of money on orthodontics. Now, Charlie is sensing lots of dental movement. Ouch! Break out the teething gel.