Therapy Can Help!
Therapy can help with problems related to disorders of the muscles and functions of the face and mouth, also known as OMDs (Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders):
A tongue-thrust is the most common Orofacial Myofunctional Disorder (OMD). It occurs when the tongue thrusts forward during swallowing.
Tongue-tie issues are the most under-diagnosed OMDs and can result in low birth weight in newborns.
Maintaining teeth in their corrected positions following orthodontic treatment can be extremely challenging.
Eliminating oral habits such as thumb sucking, cheek, nail, or cuticle biting, and more teaches you how to stop.
See how we help “picky eaters” become better at getting the nutrition they need.
Prevent trips to the orthodontist in the future by preventing prolonged pacifier use now.
Orthodontists call the inability to bring one’s lips together “lip incompetence”. Lip incompetence doesn’t only have negative cosmetic consequences. It can also lead to excessive drooling.