In this third segment I want to discuss being tongue tied. We are all familiar with the fact that being tongue tied means the patient has a soft tissue connection to the floor of the mouth with a strong fibrous connection. This limits the movement of the tongue, and prevents all the natural tongue placement we discussed in the first 2 segments. I recently learned that people can have both and anterior or a posterior tongue tie. Diagnosing a tongue tie as early in life as possible is critically important.
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