Articles:

Do Tongue-Ties Go Away? Do They Stretch Out?

Just Flip The Lip! The Upper Lip-Tie and Feeding Challenges

How a tongue tie almost killed my baby

Celebrities reveal their son had lip and tongue tie journey after conflicting journey

Is Your Tongue Causing Your Health Problems

Exposing the top 10 Myths (takes) in diagnosing and treating tethered oral Tissues (tongue-ties and lip-ties) in breastfeeding

TOTs 101 for Parents Easing the Anxiety

PRO VERSION: 55 Reasons Parents Choose to Release Their Infants Lip Ties

 The significance of tongue and lip ties and why you should consider correcting them

How The System Can Fail Breastfeeding Families

The Problem With Breastfeeding Compensations For Tongue/Lip Tie

The Difference Between a Lip Tie and a Normal Labial Frenulum

Rethinking Tongue Tie Anatomy: Anterior vs Posterior Is Irrevelant

The Misunderstanding of Posterior Tongue Tie Anatomy and Release Technique

A Breastfeeding Mom’s Symptoms Are as Important as the Baby’s

Biomechanics of Milk Extraction During Breast-Feeding

Is the Medical Profession Following the Hippocratic Oath by doing No Harm when Mothers and Infants are Allowed to Suffer Needlessly when they are Told nothing is Wrong when Tethered Oral Tissues are Either Ignored or Misdiagnosed?

Can a Tongue Be Too Tied To Talk?

Tongue Tie And Lip Tie: A New Fad Or A True Functional Issue? Dr. Brynn Leroux, DDS

What Is Sleep-Disordered Breathing?

Craniosacral Therapy in the Midwifery Model of Care

It Is Just Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder…or Is it?

Myofunctional Therapy to Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Systemic Review and Meta-analysis

Scoliosis and Dental Occlusion: A Review of the Literature Please note: When the tongue is tied, it does not sit at the palate, and cannot do its job which is to widen and shape the palate so all teeth fit; even the wisdom teeth. Teeth crowding and malocclusions occur since the palate is narrow. It also mentions the correlation between plagiocephaly and scoliosis. Plagiocephaly is a common sign of ties in babies.

Studies:

The Anatomical Relationships of the Tongue with the Body System

Aerophagia Induced Reflux in Breastfeeding Infants With Ankyloglossia and Shortened Maxillary Labial Frenula (Tongue and Lip Tie) Scott A. Siegel

Tethered oral tissues as a differential diagnostic tool in infants and toddlers presenting with obstructive sleep apnoea and air

The Time Has Come for Pediatric Dentistry and Medicine to Develop A New Thought Process, Rather Than Just Thinking Outside the Box

The Breastfeeding Dilemma: Misdiagnosed TOTS or Just Ignoring their Existence?

Breastfeeding Improvement Following Tongue-Tie and Lip Tie Release: A prospective Cohort Study

Effects of Frenotomy on Breastfeeding and Reflux: Results from the BRIEF Prospective Longitudinal Cohort Study

Diagnosing and Understanding the Maxillary Lip-Tie as it Relates to Breastfeeding

Quantitative imaging of tongue kinematics during infant feeding and adult swallowing reveals highly conserved patterns

Breastfeeding Support Team: When to Add a Chiropractor

Does Palate Expansion Improve Nasal Airway Resistance?

The role of malocclusion in non-obese patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

Craniosacral Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Neck Pain

A Frequent Phenotype for Paediatric Sleep Apnea: Short Lingual Frenulum

A pilot study of the effect of the masticatory muscle training on the facial growth in long-face children