Published on in CHOP News
From mommy blogs, to play groups, a buzz-worthy topic these days is having a baby born with a "tongue-tie.” Often blamed for feeding, speech and sleeping issues, a simple surgery can often correct the problem. But why are we seeing such a surge and is the procedure necessary?
We hear from Adva Buzi, MD, an attending physician in our Division of Otolaryngology, along with Jennifer Burstein, manager of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at CHOP, who both weigh in on when parents should be concerned and what the necessary facts are.
Read the story, as told by The Atlantic.