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Are Tongue-Ties and Lip-Ties Linked to Postpartum Depression?

Are Tongue-Ties and Lip-Ties Linked to Postpartum Depression?

Breastfeeding is one of the most important things you can do for your baby. It provides them with antibodies, helps them sleep better and allows them to develop a strong immune system. But breastfeeding can also be hard! If you have struggled with breastfeeding, you...

How To Tell If Your Baby Has a Lip Tie or a Tongue Tie

How To Tell If Your Baby Has a Lip Tie or a Tongue Tie

Are you wondering whether your baby has a lip tie or a tongue tie? At Durham Tongue Tie Laser Clinic, we're here to help. Our doctors can perform the frenectomy procedure to cut or laser away any ties preventing your baby from functioning normally. We're happy to...

Frenectomy Procedure Tips

Frenectomy Procedure Tips

Frenectomies are procedures that can be completed in only a single visit. Frenectomies help patients improve their dental health and the aesthetics of their smiles. We put all of our focus on aesthetic and implant dentistry at our clinic. We only use the most...

How Long Does A Frenectomy Take To Heal?

How Long Does A Frenectomy Take To Heal?

A frenectomy can be completed in a single visit, and it serves to improve the quality of your dental health and the look of your smile. At Durham Tongue Tie Laser Clinic, we focus on aesthetic and implant dentistry. By using our cutting-edge technology and affordable...

The Effects of Tongue-ties on Speech

The Effects of Tongue-ties on Speech

Tongue-ties occur whenever the tongue's range of motion is restricted, and this happens when there is overdeveloped tissue that tethers the tongue to the floor of the mouth. This is a condition that needs to be treated; otherwise, it can prevent a person from being...

Should An Infant’s Lip Tie Be Treated?

Should An Infant’s Lip Tie Be Treated?

When the labial frenulum is very tight, a lip tie will occur as this is the piece of tissue that attaches the upper lip to the gums, and this tightness will make it harder for a person to move their upper lip. This can be very problematic when it comes to babies...