Oral restrictions develop in utero as a growing foetus. A frenulum is normal, but when it is so tight that the tongue, lips or cheeks are restricted from normal movement, then complications begin with everyday functioning of the body. A tight oral restriction will not stretch as a child grows, or just disappear. The restrictions lead to compensations, and these compensations, cause adverse issues which are life long.
Our information session will have 4 presenters, including 2 parents who have been through the journey of oral restriction releases with their children.