All about Tongue and Lip Ties with Dr. Julia Dobson

July 6, 2021

Tongue and lip ties occur when the string of tissue under the tongue or lip, called fascia, is too tight, thick or short, causing difficulties with movement. Symptoms can vary based on the degree of the severity and, for infants and young children, may include trouble with feeding, speech and sleep. In this video, Dr. Julia Dobson explains what tongue and lip ties are, signs to look for in your child, and when to consider seeking treatment. 

If you suspect your child has a tongue or lip tie and would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.

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