Welcome To Lip & Tongue Tie at OCPD
Dr. Arielle Rolon, DDS & Dr. Dayna Olstein, DMD
Diplomates, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry
Releasing the ties that hold us back.
Why Address This?
When addressing tethered tissue, improving the range of motion of the tongue can have a significant impact on symptoms. By facilitating a healthy range of motion, it can complement therapies aimed at eliminating symptoms. Failure to address tethered tissues-related problems can lead to persistent issues in adulthood including sleep disturbances, headaches, neck pain and speech problems.
What is a Frenectomy?
Frenectomy is an in-office procedure designed to correct a congenital condition of tight lip or tonque frenum, commonly known as a "tongue-tie," that results in the restriction of function. Frenectomy is a safe and effective procedure with rapid healing that helps babies establish a good seal while feeding.