Tongue Tie Procedure (Ankyloglossia)
Tongue-tie happens when the string of tissue under the baby's tongue (frenulum), which attaches the tongue to the floor of the mouth, is too short. Having tongue-tie can stop your baby from moving their tongue freely or sticking the tip of her tongue out past the lower front teeth.
Tongue-tie varies in degree. In mild tongue-tie, the tongue is bound only by a thin strip of tissue, called a mucous membrane. In the most severe cases, the tongue is completely fused to the floor of the mouth.
If you’re concerned about your baby’s feeding and think they may have tongue-tie, visit your GP or midwife
Why Choose us?
- Very quick and simple procedure
- Can be done under local anaesthetic
- No referral needed
- At your convenience
- If you are struggling to feed your baby
- Available at multiple locations
Frequently Asked Questions
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