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Ankyloglossia

Ankyloglossia: Introduction

Ankyloglossia: A medical term for tongue tied which is an anomaly present from birth. The severity of the anomaly is variable with the tongue completed joined to the floor of the mouth in severe cases. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Ankyloglossia is available below.

Symptoms of Ankyloglossia

  • Reduced mobility of tip of tongue
  • Short frenulum (tissue holding tongue to floor of mouth)
  • Impaired feeding ability
  • Impaired speech
  • Impaired oral hygiene
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Treatments for Ankyloglossia

  • No treatment is usually required and only severe cases where symptoms are particularly problematic which surgery be recommended
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Ankyloglossia: Complications

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Causes of Ankyloglossia

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