Young Children & Adults

Young children & adults frenectomy

How do you know there is a tie?

Tethered oral tissues in young children and adults can cause many symptoms including: 

Young children & adults frenectomy

Gaining Relief of Symptoms

Tethered oral tissues can also cause permanent changes to the face and jaws.  Working with an orthodontist to correct these changes may still be necessary even with a revision.

A restricted tongue can cause difficulty with speech and eating.  Working with a speech language pathologist or myofunctional therapist can help regain lost function and strengthen muscle tone in the tongue.  A release in conjunction with appropriate therapy may be needed to achieve optimal results.