Delray Beach Tongue Tie

Tongue Tie is a common condition that affects up to 2% of newborn babies. If you are one of the many parents looking for Delray Beach tongue tie treatment, Palm Beach Pediatric Dentistry can help. We offer a quick and virtually painless procedure.

What is Tongue Tie?

Tongue tie is the common name for the condition ankyloglossia. The skin that connects the tongue to the mouth is called the frenulum. When the frenulum is too big or too small, the condition is called tongue tie, a condition that lowers the tongue’s range of motion.

Tongue tie is not a disease, but could cause your infant to have trouble feeding. Tongue Tie can impede your infant’s ability to:

  • Latch onto Mother
  • Suck out Milk
  • Swallow Milk

Symptoms of tongue tie:

  • Inability to fully extend his tongue
  • Frequent fussiness
  • Weight gain
  • Unable to breastfeed

If you are looking for more Delray Beach tongue tie information, you may contact our office at any time.

How Do You Correct Tongue Tie?

Our Delray Beach tongue tie correction is quick and virtually pain-free. Dr. Saadia uses the laser tongue tie release procedure. The heat from a laser will dissolve the extra tissue, allowing your infant’s tongue to have a full range of motion. Your baby will not need any anesthesia or pain killers. The laser quickly and smoothly makes an incision.

We use laser dentistry because your infant’s comfort is important to us. Cutting the tissue with a sterile scissor can cause pain and bleeding. On the contrary, the laser causes no pain during the procedure. After the procedure, 0your little one may experience mild discomfort.

Palm Beach Pediatric Dentistry

Palm Beach Pediatric Dentistry can help diagnose and correct Delray Beach tongue tie patients. Dr. Saadia has almost 20 years’ experience as a pediatric dentist. Our approach to child dentistry involves providing the following:

  • Highest quality preventative care
  • Best pediatric dental treatments
  • A fun child-friendly environment
  • A warm and welcoming staff
  • Education on promoting oral health, dental concerns, and recommended treatments

Our fun and friendly office is a dentist your child will look forward to seeing because we extend every effort to make your child feel comfortable. To schedule an appointment, call our office at 561-295-7775.