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PRE AND POST TONGUE TIE RELEASE




Tongue tie release in infant & children is not see and cut . Functional breastfeeding is achieved after preparation of the child and optimisation of the time of release. .

WE follow a protocol that has stages before and after release to achieve the best possible optimal outcome, for both the mother and child. Many a times it thought that tie release is all that’s needed. Post operative care and protocols are important for the outcome. . For the infant above, the pic was taken 2 weeks before the release , the child underwent the pre treatment protocols . The pic on the right is immediately after the tie release. .

The mother was relieved out of pain instantly after the tie release and experienced good breast drainage for the first time since birth. The child was able to feed in less than 20 minutes and had good sleep and of course we can’t take our eyes of the happy baby face 😃😃 ( on the same day as release )


Breastfeeding on demand after the tooth erupts can rotten it “few medical professionals advice mothers stop breastfeeding for the same. .TRUTH :NO “Breastfeeding on demand after the tooth erupts can rotten it “few medical professionals advice mothers stop breastfeeding for the same. .TRUTH :NO

Dental cavities/decay is an infectious communicable disease and has multiple risk factors associated in its development few are

1. Socioeconomic status

2. Maternal nutrition

3. Hygiene

4. Oral restrictions

5. Bacteria

6. PH of saliva

7. Tooth quality

8. Diet

9. Swallowing patterns

10. Muscle strength are the very few of the many hundred reasons. .

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