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The Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy Series:

Bridging the Gap Beyond The Basics

The Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy Series:

Bridging the Gap Beyond The Basics

Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders may include:

  • Thumb and finger sucking habits
  • A routine habit of resting with the lips apart
  • A forward resting posture of the tongue between or against the teeth
  • Tongue Thrust
  • Other harmful oral habits
  • Malocclusion (improper alignment of the teeth)
  • Periodontal disorders
  • Orthodontic relapse
  • Changes associated with abnormal jaw growth and position

Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders may include:

  • Thumb and finger sucking habits
  • A routine habit of resting with the lips apart
  • A forward resting posture of the tongue between or against the teeth
  • Tongue Thrust
  • Other harmful oral habits
  • Malocclusion (improper alignment of the teeth)
  • Periodontal disorders
  • Orthodontic relapse
  • Changes associated with abnormal jaw growth and position

Treatment for OMDs (orofacial myofunctional disorders)

can be 80-90% effective in correcting swallowing

and rest posture functions.

Benefits for patients of all ages, including adults:

  • Decreases the need for costly orthodontic appliances
  • Assists orthodontists in reducing time and money with traditional braces
  • Results in proper muscle function bringing teeth into a more desirable relationship and stabilizing occlusion
  • Patients gain confidence after completed program, a sense of accomplishment
  • Correcting or improving resting tongue or lip relationships can be instrumental in aiding the development of normal patterns of dental eruption and alignment, or restoring normal processes of orofacial growth and development.
  • Therapy programs are designed to retrain patterns of muscle function and to aid in the creation and maintenance of a healthy, stable orofacial environment.
  • Improves the clarity of speech
  • Enhances one’s appearance
  • Helps to maintain optimum oral health for a lifetime of benefits


Treatment for OMDs (orofacial myofunctional disorders)

can be 80-90% effective in correcting swallowing

and rest posture functions.

Benefits for patients of all ages, including adults:

  • Decreases the need for costly orthodontic appliances
  • Assists orthodontists in reducing time and money with traditional braces
  • Results in proper muscle function bringing teeth into a more desirable relationship and stabilizing occlusion
  • Patients gain confidence after completed program, a sense of accomplishment
  • Correcting or improving resting tongue or lip relationships can be instrumental in aiding the development of normal patterns of dental eruption and alignment, or restoring normal processes of orofacial growth and development.
  • Therapy programs are designed to retrain patterns of muscle function and to aid in the creation and maintenance of a healthy, stable orofacial environment.
  • Improves the clarity of speech
  • Enhances one’s appearance
  • Helps to maintain optimum oral health for a lifetime of benefits


The Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy Series:

Bridging the Gap Beyond The Basics

Create individualized program to help the patient retrain adaptive patterns of muscle function, and to create and maintain a healthy orofacial environment.


Learn how to correct and improve tongue and lip postures which can aid in the development of normal patterns of dental eruption and alignment.


Assist in the stabilization of the teeth during and/or after orthodontic treatment or jaw surgery


Identify the need and referring for Speech treatment.


Support the remediation of speech errors differently than some traditional methods (when working with a speech language pathologist trained in Orofacial Myology).

The Orofacial Myofunctional

Therapy Series:



Bridging the Gap Beyond The Basics

Create individualized program to help the patient retrain adaptive patterns of muscle function, and to create and maintain a healthy orofacial environment.


Learn how to correct and improve tongue and lip postures which can aid in the development of normal patterns of dental eruption and alignment.


Assist in the stabilization of the teeth during and/or after orthodontic treatment or jaw surgery


Identify the need and referring for Speech treatment.


Support the remediation of speech errors differently than some traditional methods (when working with a speech language pathologist trained in Orofacial Myology).

What people are saying about us!

  • Cynthia

    "Chris and Misty are so helpful and supportive! They are also very generous with sharing the skills and information they have gathered in their Myo careers. I highly recommended their coursework!"

  • Rebecca

    "Good and uncomplicated information for training your staff."

  • Ashley

    "I learned several new ways of using standard items for orofacial myofunctional therapy and I appreciate you bringing back the basics."

  • Jessica

    "Due to COVID-19 I have had to move my practice to online therapy, not something I was looking forward to doing, but this course helped me gain more confidence with my online evaluations, knowing what to look for and how to prepare the client. Thank you!"

Cynthia

"Chris and Misty are so helpful and supportive...very generous with sharing the skills."

Rebecca

"Good and uncomplicated information for training your staff."

Ashley

"I learned several new ways of using standard items for orofacial myofunctional therapy."

Jessica

"This course helped me gain more confidence with my online evaluations, knowing what to look for and how to prepare the client. Thank you!"

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+1 410-746-4887

2245 Bluebird Dr, Westminster, MD 21157,

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