About Frenectomies/Lip & Tongue Tie
Does your baby have trouble breastfeeding or forming certain sounds? Does their tongue have a limited range of motion? A tongue tie may be to blame. Some babies have an overly restrictive frenulum, or the soft tissue that connects the tongue to the floor of the mouth and the lips to the jaws, making feedings and speech development much more difficult. We can perform a gentle frenectomy, during which we release the excess tissue and give your child better range of motion.
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