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Above is a 30 minute educational video summarising what you need to know about tongue-tie.

Information For Parents On Tongue-Tie In Ireland - leaflet

Educational article for medical professionals on tongue-tie - ICGP Forum magazine Nov 2020

Here is an Information document for parents on Tongue-tie

Cracked Podcast

Episode featuring Dr Vanessa Stitt

Alex introduces you to some amazing health care experts she and her daughter Evie met through our fourth trimester. All of whom work with women and families, helping them to navigate through this vulnerable phase & beyond. 


Connaught Tribune article on Tongue-tie

featuring Dr Vanessa Stitt


The Untethered Podcast

This podcast is all about getting your questions answered and collaborating with colleagues to bring you the most up-to-date information in the orofacial-myofunctional therapy, tethered oral tissue, and airway space.


All About Breastfeeding Podcast


Untying Breastfeeding Documentary

watch here.

Short related video here.


Richard baxter's book: Tongue-Tied: How a Tiny String Under the Tongue Impacts Nursing, Speech, Feeding, and More


All Tied Up! How To Keep On Boobin’ Through a Tongue Tie” by The Milk Meg. Meg Nagle, one of Australia’s most respected lactation consultants, has written an informative and easy to understand book for parents, carers and health professionals from the point of view of her beloved profession. Her book is based on evidence and her extensive experience over many years.


"SOS 4 TOTS" by DDS Lawrence Kotlow. This book is an excellent resource for dentists, obstetrician-gynecologists, midwives, lactation consultants, pediatricians and parents who are looking for more information about how tongue/lip ties affect breastfeeding, speech, dental development and overall pediatric health. Dr. Kotlow has put it all into one convenient place.


"Tongue-tie: Morphogenesis, Impact, Assessment and Treatment" By Alison Hazelbaker. This book busts the myths associated with tongue-tie that prevent the re-establishment of routine assessment and treatment of the condition in the early postpartum period. Dr. Hazelbaker provides both the old and new evidence that enables clinicians to properly assess, diagnose and treat this genetic condition that creates so many problems with infant feeding, speech and orofacial development.

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