This means that their tongue and/or lips are attached to the mouth with excessive webbing causes restrictions of movement. This tight tissue impedes the movement of the
tongue or lips to various degrees. Tongue-tie can interfere with a baby’s ability to suckle efficiently at the breast or bottle and cause the incorrect way of swallowing.
This may lead to nipple pain and trauma, poor breast milk intake and a decrease in milk supply over time. In case, of bottle feeding, it caused incorrect function habit and increase the intake of air. That can lead to an exhausted infant during feeds and also affect the formation of jawbones.