Left: A child who did not breast feed. Note small jaws. Right: child who breast fed for 2 years with well developed jaws and airway. During Breast Feeding, the Jaws experience “expansive” pressure that stimulates jaw growth.
When a Tongue is Tied down, it cannot reach the Palate and it has a Limited Range of Motion. The Tongue pushes on the Jaws during normal swallowing, breathing and breast feeding. The proper pressure and range of the tongue “pushes” and “shapes” the Jaws. A Tied Tongue directly limits growth and development. Tongue Tie is easily corrected with a laser. There is no bleeding and minimal discomfort. The procedure is called a Frenectomy.
Breastfeeding is a healthy activity for both mothers and infants. Research has shown that breast feeding helps in preventing many health disorders in lactating mothers. Growth and development in babies is greatly enhanced by Breast Feeding. The physical action of a baby’s mouth opening around a mother’s breast helps the upper and lower jaws develop properly. Natural breast milk is considered as the perfect and balanced diet for growing children.
Antibodies and enzymes which are naturally present in mother’s milk can protect babies from different diseases and infections. Breastfeeding babies have stronger defense system against harmful bacteria. In addition to the presence of beneficial natural ingredients in mother’s milk, the mechanism by which babies drink mother’s milk can cause better growth and development. During the process of milk suckling in breast feeding,
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