Tongue- and lip-tie issues can be complex. We’re here to present the latest thinking on tongue-ties in a clear and easy-to-read format. We hope these thoughts are helpful whether you are a patient, professional, or family member as you learn more on your journey.
If you read the news headlines, it sure sounds like it! A recent article came out in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA – ENT), which is a high impact journal. The article discussed looking into different reasons for feeding problems in infants, and still recommended many of them to have tongue-tie releases. […]
What is a full tongue-tie release? Hint: It’s not a clip or a snip! I don’t like the term “clip” or “snip.” Those are four-letter words to me. If I hear a baby or child was clipped or snipped, about 95% of the time it wasn’t enough. Normally a clip or snip is performed by […]
Often professionals think of tongue-tie as a simple condition; it’s a string under the tongue, and you just snip it and you’re done. “What’s the big deal?” they say. Well, the concept of a string is much simplified (and we use the word in the title of our book as a metaphor) but it’s actually […]
It’s been a whole year since Tongue-Tied was released (born) after a year-long gestation. We have been so blessed by the many supporters both parents and professionals that made this project possible. Our goal is to help as many people as we can who are struggling with tongue and lip-tie issues. We have been a […]