February 13, 2022
When your baby comes into the world, you make sure they have all 10 fingers and toes. You may not see anything but perfection when looking at their gummy little smile, but tongue-tie in Palm Harbor is common. About 5% of all newborns are affected by the condition, which tends to be more prevalent in boys than girls. While it’s not unusual for a child to be born with a tight or short piece of skin under their tongue, it may not be detected until certain concerns arise. If your infant is having difficulty latching or sucking, here are 4 signs they may need a frenectomy to free their tongue.