Babies as young as one week old can have their tongue ties treated by Dr. Reese, a dentist who practices oral surgery in Indianapolis.
Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) happens when the string of tissue under your baby's tongue (frenulum) is too short. This occurs in approximately 4% of newborns.
Dr. Reese understands the benefits of breast feeding and that's why he has helped hundreds of children get better latches through frenuloplasty.
Not sure if your baby has a tongue tie or not? Find out what a tongue tie looks like. Still not sure? Call for an appointment with Dr. Reese.
Dr. Reese is a general dentist in the Indianapolis area who specializes in helping mother's with their babies in a calm, soothing environment.