Posts Tagged ‘tongue protrusion’

ENT who does not believe ankloglossia has much to do with speech or dental problems

Well I shouldn’t have been surprised but I was not expecting him to say that he does not believe ankloglossia has much to do with speech or dental problems…

Neuromuscular Facilitation

Hi!  I wondered if I could run a client by you who called me today. It was exciting since it was my first ‘real’ client! The mom shared with me that her son is 14 and going into freshman year.  He has an open bite on the right side and a class III malocclusion.  He […]

9 year old, /r/ problem, ankyloglossia, feeding issues

Hi Sandra, I am taking your /r/ e-course right now and have a question for you about a 9-year-old client who was diagnosed as an infant with a tongue tie but parents were advised not to have it clipped at the time. As a result, he had tremendous feeding problems which mom recalls were a […]

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