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Tongue Tie/LipTie


Murray Johnson, DMD, MS




Laser removal of Tongue ties & Lip ties

Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket & Southeastern Mass


Dr. Fawn Rosenberg

781 - 861 - SMILE [7645]



We provide laser frenotomy/frenectomy treatment for tongue ties and lip ties

Boston, Metrowest, North of Boston, South of Boston


Dr Carolyn Lubrano




Laser Frenectomy

Attleboro, North Attleboro, Plainville, Norton, Foxboro, Seekonk, Rehoboth, South Coast



Breastfeeding is a beautiful and healhty way to nourish your new baby but sometimes has uavoinable cahllenges. A baby with a tongue tie or lip tie will usually have a difficult time latching on to the mothers breast or can be unable to effectively suckle and remove milk from the breast. Dentists who specialize in this issue can help by treating the infant with a frenotomy or frenectomy which involes cutting of the tissue either attching the lip or the tongue and allowing the baby to properly latch and suck.