Insurance verification through Lactation Network
This protocol describes the minimum fasting requirements for breastfed infants and provides suggestions to avoid unnecessary fasts while improving the infant’s safety and comfort during required fasting periods.
This protocol evaluates the state of evidence as to the prevention, recognition, and management of breast engorgement to encourage successful breastfeeding.
Ankyloglossia is a condition of altered tongue mobility due to the presence of restrictive tissue between the undersurface of the tongue and the floor of the mouth. This site explores the safety and efficacy of lingual frenuloplasty and myofunctional therapy for the treatment of these conditions in a large and diverse cohort of patients with restricted tongue mobility.
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the length of the lingual frenulum and craniofacial morphology and test the hypothesis that skeletal Class III malocclusion is related to tongue-tie, in which the lingual frenulum is short and restricts the mobility of the tongue.
This resource serves as a brief guide for practitioners providing manual therapy around the cranium & associated structures for patients with tethered oral tissue who are to receive surgical release of these restrictions
This post explores I will show you the advantages and disadvantages of using laser vs scissors to treat tongue tie and what kind of questions you should ask your provider.
Understanding the impact of posterior tightened lingual frenulum on feeding.