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Name: Saravanakumar
Country: India
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Name: Saravanakumar
Country: India
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Name: Saravanakumar
Country: India
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Name: Saravanakumar
Country: India
After proficiency in tongue tie and lip tie for more than 3 years. Tongue tie affects infants and children physically and socially. TT affects breastfeeding dyad, speech, facial growth, SID, obstructive sleep apnea, gut health, reflux, autonomic nervous system and joint pains like neck and shoulders. any clarification how TT affect's. Plz **********. Honoured to be listed in international tethered oral tissue providers list. We use lasers for less pain experience by the guests. Advantages of lasers is less pain no or little local anaesthesia no bleeding no Stiches.

Name: dr tongue tie
Country: India
dear friends some say its painful till it healed. it all depends upon the doctor who perform it. if he has well trained done proper learning curve in laser frenectomies. treating tongue tie with high end laser which is going to affect only few cell layer depth. i promise you friends that laser frenectomy is painless even after procedure. i have seen many kids who had done laser frenectomy with er.cr.ysgg laser have no discomfort than with diode lasers. diode lasers cause little discomfort during healing. this is my experince. i like to share more abt infant ankyloglossia. drsaravanapedo@gmail. com

Name: dr tongue tie
Country: India
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Name: dr togue tie
Country: India
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Name: Liza
Country: Malaysia
hi dr. i just want to know about tounge tied.i can speak nice just a little bit spoile with 'r' and 's'. what the effect after my operation? i dont care about the pain but i just want my tounge like normal.

Name: vishal
Country: India
its so embarrassing at times front of my friends.. they try to imitate me and talk in same manner as i do...please suggest some exercise for this

Name: poonam
Country: Canada
hey i am 22 and tongue tied,and i have problem with pronouncing S and f.. is embarrassing at times.. ay suggestions???

Name: hameed
Country: Afghanistan
hi I am 18 year boy from Afghanistan i have tongue defect any one have information please send me email at hameedsh29@yahoo.com thanks

Name: Amit.Ga
Country: U.S.A.
Hello , I want to thank this thread for all the courage and motivation to have my lingual frenectomy. I am 28 yrs old and tongue tied since birth. I did a lot of research whether at my age can I go for surgery for tongue tiedness. I didn't get any definite answer and was scared that I may lose my speech because of the operation at this age. But I still went ahead and booked appointment with my doctor and got it frenulum removed.I opted for laser surgery but I think it doesn't matter whether you for laser or with scissor. Laser one is less pain but less efficient. Scissor one is little more pain but more effective. But as I said it does matter whether you opt for laser or scissor because once the operation is over you have to go through the pain for 2 weeks. First few days after surgery were terrible I thought it was a terrible idea to get frenulum removed. I was choking , not able to speak , eat. But after 2 weeks the cuts healed and I was alright. Now after a month I can say I am totally alright.I can stick my tongue out , can speak more clearly and can perform good kissing :). The cost of the surgery with insurance was around 50 bucks. Overall I would recommend it to everyone. I love my tongue freedom and hope you all will do after operation.

Name: INDIA
Country: India
hello every one im 22yr and had my tongue tie operation yesterday and i feel mey tongue tip to be swollen and a bit insensible . I had no problem to speak or eat ,but i thought it may affect in later period of time . Can any one suggest how long it will take to heal.

Name: Danielle.kopilova
Country: Canada
I was born with a tongue tie. Since I was 11 when I had this small surgery to remove the tie I can tell you excatly what it's like because I remember everything and It was a good experience. I remember going to the specialist office in the morning putting on some really cool sunglass, smelling a little bit of a burning smell but, was over in less then 5 min and was completly pain free. I even remember going out to play with friends that night and eating sour keys. My advise is to definatly do it. My parents waited to long to have mine done and I do have a very slight speech therapy problem kinda like a bit of a lisp from a result of tongue thrusting. Maybe if my parents had cut it sooner I wouldn't have the speech problem. the only bad thing I have to say about this small little procedure is that sometimes when I think about it or look at my tongue in the mirror underneath where it was cut with the laser and I had 6 stitches I get a sort of burning sensation in the spot it was cut. it doesn't happen often and doesn't hurt just more annoying like someone running their nails down a blackboard. My advise is still to do it as early as possible to avoid speech problems. funny thing... I didn't have any speech problems before they cut my tounge tie only after. I think this is mainly due to the fact that I had learned to talk with my tongue quite restricted and then all the sudden it was free and all over the place. Like going wild and untamible. I just didn't know where to put it all the sudden. So the younger the better. good luck!

Name: Magno.EmeryvilleDent
Country: U.S.A.
All of our patients that have had this procedure (frenectomy / frenelectomy) done, have actually CRIED FOR JOY right after ! They didn't cry from pain, that's for sure! From our 4 year old student, who was being made fun of in pre-school; to our female nurse patient, who's late father was a pediatrician (children's doctor) and never told her that her speech impediment could easily be fixed in less than 5 minutes with a painless dental laser procedure. One of our patients actually stuck out his tongue out at us! LOL... which he proclaimed that he always wanted to do (stick his tongue out at people)as a kid)! All have said they wished they had done this before and if only they knew it was that easy, they would have done it sooner! Some have even blamed their parents and their speech pathologists, who should have directed them to a dentist, who does frenectomies with lasers (no stitches/ minimal discomfort). www.EmeryvilleDental.com or www.EmeryvilleDentalCare.com SF San Francisco Bay Area, Emeryville, Ca 510-595-1900 frontdesk@emeryvilledenta l.com

Name: Magno.EmeryvilleDent
Country: U.S.A.
All of our patients that have had this procedure (frenectomy / frenelectomy) done, have actually CRIED FOR JOY right after ! They didn't cry from pain, that's for sure! From our 4 year old student, who was being made fun of in pre-school; to our female nurse patient, who's late father was a pediatrician (children's doctor) and never told her that her speech impediment could easily be fixed in less than 5 minutes with a painless dental laser procedure. One of our patients actually stuck out his tongue out at us! LOL... which he proclaimed that he always wanted to do (stick his tongue out at people)as a kid)! All have said they wished they had done this before and if only they knew it was that easy, they would have done it sooner! Some have even blamed their parents and their speech pathologists, who should have directed them to a dentist, who does frenectomies with lasers (no stitches/ minimal discomfort). www.EmeryvilleDental.com or www.EmeryvilleDentalCare.com SF San Francisco Bay Area, Emeryville, Ca 510-595-1900 frontdesk@emeryvilledenta l.com

Name: CAMom
Country: usa
my daughter was born with a tight frenulum. i was told that if she did not have a problem breastfeeding, then there was no need to clip it. her pediatrician and her dentist continued to monitor it because they said that sometimes the frenulum might stretch as the child gets older. well, my daughter's frenulum never stretched, but she never had a speech problem. so, i decied to do nothing, but continue to monitor it. however, when my daughter was 5, her dentist recommended clipping it because it would cause her teeth to start growing inward because she would not be able push her tongue out far enough to push (thrust) her permanent teeth once they started to grow in. to make a long story short, when my daughter was 7 years old, i decided to have her frenulum clipped - not beacuse of her speech, but because of dental issues and the fact that she would sometimes hurt (or poke) her frenulum while eating certain foods. regarding dental issues, her teeth were getting gaps on top and bottom baby teeth and her first two bottom teeth had to be pulled because they were not coming out on their own and her permanent teeth started growing in a row behing her baby teeth. i also got a second opinion from and ent (ear nose and throat) and he rocommened that i do the procedure so that she could have more flexibilty with her tongue. the procedure went well and she recovered well. her dentist did the procedure and it was complete within a half hou

Name: DEBASIS PATRA
Country: india
iam a 16yrs old boy & i am facing problem while i talk to my teachers & friends but,this donot happen when i talk to myself or read a book at home plz help

Name: Rochelle
Country: usa
like many of the other readers, i have a 2 year old son who is tongue tied. wer noticed it at birth, however, since it was not impeding his feeding, and he was vocalizing all sounds, we opted to take the "wait and see" approach. now at 2 yrs of age, he is speaking full sentences, but has trouble with th s, th, ch, sh sounds. i am strongly consideringn the surgery at this point because i am afraid the longer i wait, the more difficult the adjustment will be. i was hoping you can give more information on the laser surgery. is there anyone in the ny area you would recommend? what is the recovery like? is it learning to speak once again? i am afraid he will end up with a "floppy" tongue post surgery, is this a possibility?. has there been situations where, the surgery left a person with worse speech than before the surgery? i felt the article and all of the reviews very helpful, and i would appreciate any additional info you can send me. thanks!

Name: karen
Country: canada
my son was born with a slight tongue-tie. i consulted my family doctor about the problem and she consulted a pediatrician who shared her office. i was told they no longer snip the tongue. if at a year of age the child could not clean the corners of his mouth then they would look at fixing it. this did not sit well with me. speech develops long before this. i took my son to another doctor who did the procedure in the office in a matter of seconds. my son was 11 days old and the only discomfort he felt was from being held stil. take heart and keep trying, you will find a doctor who will help.

Name: karen
Country: canada
my son was born with a slight tongue-tie. i consulted my family doctor about the problem and she consulted a pediatrician who shared her office. i was told they no longer snip the tongue. if at a year of age the child could not clean the corners of his mouth then they would look at fixing it. this did not sit well with me. speech develops long before this. i took my son to another doctor who did the procedure in the office in a matter of seconds. my son was 11 days old and the only discomfort he felt was from being held stil. take heart and keep trying, you will find a doctor who will help.

Name: mia baker
Country: england
i am 6 weeks old, today i went to see a specialist were he cut my tongue-tie, before he performed the simple procedure he explained to my mummy and daddy that there was no requirement for me to have it done but it might prevent me getting speech impediments and many things other people have talked about in this article. i know that this procedure does'nt hurt even without general anesthetic as i did'nt cry, and i think the decision my mummy and daddy made to get this done was a good one for my best interests.

Name: Jewel
Country: usa
my child was tounge tied we were also told it was mild it did not effect his teeth. they said as long as he could lick peanut butter off his lips to show he could put his tounge to the top of his lip i would know if he had problems. well what ever my son could not breastfeed or use a pacifier or when it came time to eat table food he choked often. he could say very few words and became very good at gestering for what he wanted. the doctors all had a good explination for each one of his problems.when he was 21/2 i finaly told a new nurse practioner that he was not doing things he should be she refered me to a program called sooner start that help children at young ages with problems.i told them about his fremulum and she said doctors use to clipp right away but now they have found that bye clipping can cause loss of muscle control making speech worse. well he was three and could only say three or four words only one at a time.so i decided to have his doctor clipp and i wish to god that it would have been sooner, but there was no sure way for me to know to do so.after we did this sounds crazy but i was happy the first time i seen my son stick his tounge out at someone.he began to talk with the help of speech therapy. he did start a school program at the age three. his school was wonderful this program has brought him a long way. he is 8yrs old now .we think his delays not only caused speech problems but they also caused his learning delays in school.but i am also happy to say this week he is going to be taken out of special ed and put in his class for the full day he is proud of himself to and he continues to work with the speech therapist today. if you want to know yes he had to learn to use his tounge again i cant tell you how many times he bit it. he had to learn simple things such as tounge clicking and learn to move a froot loop from one side to another he still hates meet today but can you blame him he never learn to like the stuff he chocked on often. good luck to all of you i do not think you will ever get all the answers because like some say they do well and some dont but i can say, "it was great for him".

Name: Kellidra
Country: usa
my almost five year old daughter, katie, has tongue tie. it has never caused any problems for her as far as eating is concerned. in fact, the pediatrician said that she had never seen a tongue-tied baby with such a strong suck. katie also has tongue thrust, which speech therapists say is impeding her speech. while her "expressive speech" is at the level of a 6 yr. 11 month old, her articulation is only at the level of a 2 yr 11 month old. i have heard differening opinions about whether tongue tie can cause tongue thrust. should we have her frenum clipped? her pediatrician (a wonderful lady whom we have always trusted) doesn't seem to think so. one speech therapist thought she might ought to, while the other doesn't think it's causing the problems. any opinions? has anyone here had the frenum of a child this age clipped before? if so, what were your experiences?

Name: monica
Country: usa
i am a student of language and speech patology. i woudl like some information about how tongue-tie affects speech.

Name: Nathen
Country: usa
my son is 2 weeks old. he has toungue tie. the doctor told me about it the day he was born. his 2 children were born with it also. he explained to me that his daughter never got hers cliped and she has had np problems with speech. however his son had to have his clipped because he was not eating well. my son is bottled fed and he is eating ok and gaining wieght. however i am very concered about other issues. such as eating slolids when he is older and dental concerns. along with any other problems it may cause. on the other hand a part of me wants to wait and see if it gets better when he gets older. and i was also told that if cut wrong it could make speech worse.

Name: Andrea
Country: canada
i have a 6 month old son who was born tongue-tied. since this was noticed, i have heard many different problems this could cause. for example, eating, speaking and dental problems. i have brought this to my family physician's attention. she said that they will not clip the piece of skin, unless a problem develops. my son has not had trouble eating, but i would think that getting this fixed sooner would be better. i guess my biggest concern now is speaking and dental complications.

Name: Mommy of 2
Country: usa
my son turned 23 months today and yesterday had his tongue clipped(under general anesthesia by an ent specialist). the surgery took a total of about 15 minutes. he has recovered very well, so far, with no pain. if i could go back i would have done it sooner (like at birth or shortly after). so what i would recommend to other mothers out there with kids with tongue tie, is to clip it as soon as you notice the condition. i feel that the younger the easier it is for them to recover. and if you do it soon after birth i have heard that they don't even need general anesthesia to clip it.

Name: Alice
Country: usa
my 12 month daughter has had difficulty with feeding. finally it was put down to a tongue tie but all the health people had different opinions on whether or not it should be cut. in the end i found the book on tongue tie to be most helpful and decided to have it done. a huge improvement has followed. i would advise anyone not to delay and to have it done if thjere is any chance that it would help.

Name: Lino
Country: usa
i just had my first appt. with the doctor and my newborn and the doc says he sees what looks like a tounge tie. my wife is tryin to breast feed, not with much success. should we look into getting it clipped?

Name: Lino
Country: usa
i just had my first appt. with the doctor and my newborn and the doc says he sees what looks like a tounge tie. my wife is tryin to breast feed, not with much success. should we look into getting it clipped?

Name: for consideration
Country: usa
i am 19 years old and was just told today that i am tongue-tied while i was at the dentist for a regular cleaning. i think my case is not very severe because my dentist was surprised at how far i could stick out my tongue (although, it is far less than most people can). i haven't had problems with eating or speech development, and i don't think it has drastically effected my teeth. however, for the past couple of years i have been asking people how far they could stick out their tongues because i began to feel self-conscious about it once i had a boyfriend. being tongue-tied greatly affects french kissing. i wouldn't use this problem alone as a reason for having the surgery, but i would encourage parents to take this into consideration.

Name: Pinkie
Country: other
my 1 month old son has tounge tie and is having touble breast feeding but does pretty well on the bottle. has anyone been successful breast feeding after snipping the frenulum? and did you have to reteach the baby to suck properly?

Name: heidi
Country: usa
my child is 6 months old an is tounge tied the doctor dont seem like its a problem but i am concerned about speech an teeth problems an also as a child gets older it seems like it would be worse to do the surgery seems the longer u wait the worse it could be i dont know why the doctors make such a big deal about it were not suppose to be tounge tied so why dont they take care of it?i am taking my child to another doctor for a second opinion an i think we as parents should give the child a second opinion or even a third tell we feel comfortable with an opinion from a doctor i am gonna get my babys tounge clipped an i feel its what needs to be done trust your instincts u know what is best for your child if u feel it should be done i wouldnt stop tell u find someone who will do what u think needs to be done

Name: Kellie
Country: australia
to all you people who are wondering "do we or don't we get it done" i believe get it done. i too was told my son was tounge tied when he was 10 days old and yes we took the wait and see approach, and now we can see it is effecting his speech,he is now 20 months old, so we are going with it and getting it done. i too was told that a general surgeon needs to do it, but it was the docotor who did the circumcision that found the tie at 10 days old and he himself does the simple proceedure of cutting it, and has been doing it for 20 years. there is no pain and your child doesn't need to be put under general anistitic. so don't put it off. get it done, and see the difference in your child.

Name: Dr. AMN
Country: middleeast
my 10 months old baby has ankyloglossia (tongue tie) i will do a laser surgery for within 2 months because as a doctor i see that having simple unnecessary procedure is much better than delaying it till complications arise..

Name: Tanya
Country: usa
i have a 6 year old girl and a 2 year old boy and they were both born tongue-tied. when my daughter was age 4 we noticed that she couldn't stick out her tongue, but she had never had a problem with her speech or eating. so immediately we took her to an oral surgeon that said she definitely needed it clipped and so we got a second opinion and had the procedure done when she was 5. it was a success, but she did have to learn how to use her tongue again, because she had been tongue-tied for so long. my 2 year old also has this and i've noticed that his speech is not real clear, but i haven't had his clipped yet, because the doctor told me that he will have to go into the hospital to have the surgery and be put out, and that kind of scares me. i am going to have this done sometime this year before he turns 3, because i feel that in the long run its the best thing to do for him

Name: I have a tounge tie
Country: usa
i have a tounge tie and im 25 years old. this was found out when i was 5, when i went to the dentist and he diagnosed me with a tounge tie. to the caring parents out there, if your baby is feeding well and doesnt show any signs of trouble let the tounge be. if the tie becomes an issue with speach or eating later in life then please consider the surgery... but other than that i wouldnt dream of snipping the tie unless it was medicly nessisary. my symtoms..... my tounge does not reach the roof of my mouth unless my mouth is closed.... but i speak perfectly normal. (i use my teeth to pronounce words you would normaly use the roof of the mouth with) i can not reach all of my teeth with my tounge. this isnt a problem if you incourage your child to brush teeth often. i can only stick out my tounge. this has caused some disturbance when wanting to stick out my tounge at people, but hey....... nothing requiring a snip. pros for you parents in keeping it..... they cant get a tounge ring!! (hehehe i tried when i was younger) i have no problems and the tie doesnt effect my life in any way. please parents, dont put the child in uncomfort if its not nessisary!!!!

Name: dela
Country: usa
let's get this right- tongue o.k i feel better now that i have spelled it right.

Name: dela
Country: usa
my daughter is also toungue tied.she is almost nine monthts now.i nurse her and have had no problems breastfeeding since birth.the dr said,if she has problems in the future with speech we will worry about it then.my sister is 47, she is also toungue tied.she's never had any problems eating or with her speech

Name: Lisa
Country: usa
my son was born with a tongue tied but we were told it didnt need to be clipped. now that he is 2, he doesnt say as many words as we think he should. we are going to take him in for an evaluation. please email any information. we were told tongue tied is not linked to speech delay..help!

Name: linda
Country: usa
my 3-month son was found tongue-tie. i saw two doctors. both think no need of clip. however, we do have feeding problem. i would like to know a doctor in nj that is willing to do the clip in office. i do not want him to go through any surgery. if anyone knows a doctor who can do clip in his office

Name: charlie
Country: other
my 26 mth daughter had her tongue tie cut under local anaesthetic 48 hrs ago and has not eaten since and is in some pain still. i think she chewed her tongue a lot in the op. i wd recommend general anaesthetic +/or painkillers afterwards

Name: Kristinealexis@operamail.com
Country: usa
i am the mother of a 20 month old boy who is severely toungue tied. he can only eat pureed baby food and chokes on anything with chunks in it. our doctor would rather put in a feeding tube than clip his toungue. however i truly feel that this is the reason my son cannot eat table food.

Name: stacey
Country: england
i have a 2 and a half yr old son who is tongue tied he doesnt speak n im now startin to wonder if this is the cause im considerin gettin it clipped just to see if there is an improvment he has the expressive age of a 4yr old and can follow instructions he just cant talk they doctors r now checkin his hearin but im sure its his tongue ....

Name: Steven
Country: usa
although i noticed my son had an extremely short frenulum at birth, we new we had to wait to do anything about it. he had no trouble nursing or eating. however, as the first two years passed and at the current age of 33 months, we have noticed that although he has a vocabulary indicative of his age, most words and phrases he speaks are quite difficult for all to understand. we do not want him to become comfortable with improper pronunciation and so we were referred to an ent and a speach pathologist. both indicated the need for the frenulum to be clipped, a very simple procedure that in itself only takes 15 minutes and really only a day of recovery, otherwise it's back to normal. however, the speach pathologist indicate to my wife and i that our son would benefit not only from the surgery but a period of speach therapy as well. if anyone is at a point where they have noticed a speach delay or impediment where they will be opting for this procedure, i strongly suggest speach therapy for the child, at least until they get their chance at regaining their level of articulation that they should have at their current age. you owe it to your child. remember though no problems with the teeth, no problems with feeding/eating, no speach problems - leave them alone.

Name: spoiled
Country: usa
im a 16 year old girl...im thinking about getting my tongue clipped but im afraid that i will basically have to relearn how to talk and eat all over again..i dont have a speech problem, teeth problem or eating problems everything is normal..besides the fact that i cant stick my tongue out...to some it isnt a big deal because they can do it...you know i have never gotten in trouble for sticking my tongue out..good you think but it isnt..another major problem is im a 16 year old girl and it is hard to kiss...i can dont get me wrong it is just unconfy and it brings pain. i wish i could just stick my tongue out at my friends when they make a joke or something stupid like that...i dont want to have to learn everything i already know but sometimes ppl can be harsh and say that it looks nasty or say how gross it is...but it isnt like that it is jsut different...please if you are considering clipping your child's i would say do it because it may be painful now but when they are my age it will be more painful to have people making comments or to feel displaced!!!

Name: littleleo
Country: usa
i am 24 years old and i have tounge tie. i remember going through very many speech classes up to the 3rd grade. i speek very well now and people would not even know that i have this problem. it doesn't bother me when i eat, or talk. as far as i know it never has. but, when i try to stick out my tounge it starts to hurt. i would like to be able to stick my toung all the way freely without pain. i am thinking of getting it clipped but i am wondering if doing this will change the way i talk because i have learned to talk with it for so long.

Name: Steven
Country: usa
although i noticed my son had an extremely short frenulum at birth, we new we had to wait to do anything about it. he had no trouble nursing or eating. however, as the first two years passed and at the current age of 33 months, we have noticed that although he has a vocabulary indicative of his age, most words and phrases he speaks are quite difficult for all to understand. we do not want him to become comfortable with improper pronunciation and so we were referred to an ent and a speach pathologist. both indicated the need for the frenulum to be clipped, a very simple procedure that in itself only takes 15 minutes and really only a day of recovery, otherwise it's back to normal. however, the speach pathologist indicate to my wife and i that our son would benefit not only from the surgery but a period of speach therapy as well. if anyone is at a point where they have noticed a speach delay or impediment where they will be opting for this procedure, i strongly suggest speach therapy for the child, at least until they get their chance at regaining their level of articulation that they should have at their current age. you owe it to your child. remember though no problems with the teeth, no problems with feeding/eating, no speach problems - leave them alone.

Name: Anita
Country: other
my baby is 7 weeks old and is tongue tied. she is having trouble breastfeeding. im wondering if it is common in new zealand to have the frenulum clipped on their baby

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