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GRAPHIC IMAGES BELOW: PLEASE AVOID THIS PAGE IF YOU ARE NOT WISHING TO VIEW PHOTOGRAPHS OF ORAL WOUNDS.

The following images have been donated and obtained with full parental consent. Please be respectful and do not share, copy or screen-shot the images.  This would be fraud and copyright theft and you may be proscecuted.

These images have been donated as example images only and are not diagnostic of a tongue tie restriction-which can only be assessed by a physical face:face tongue motility review.  For this reason, I have chosen not to display any 'before' division pictures, as all tongue-ties can vary in appearance-but in essence it is not really about what the frenulum looks like-it is about what the tongue as a muscle can, or can not do.

Examples of post division wounds immediately after frenulotomy

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Examples of healing wounds:

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