Category Archives: Pediatrics

Frenectomies, Lip Ties, and Tongue Ties

TONGUE TIE AND LIP TIE RELEASES TO IMPROVE YOUR INFANT’S FEEDING Lip ties and tongue ties occur when the small membranes that connect your mouth’s soft tissues (between your front teeth or between your tongue and the roof of your mouth) are thick or attached in a way that does not allow full mouth mobility. […]

Pediatric Dental Hygiene

Toddler brushing her teeth

Dental hygiene habits start early. As soon as your child begins to cut their first teeth—which can happen as early as 4 months of age, though 6-8 months is more common—you will want to make sure you are providing the necessary care to ensure strong, healthy teeth through childhood and adulthood. In those early months, […]