Archive for February, 2016

Different Mouth Props depending on client need

…we had the choice of two different mouth props, depending upon the client’s needs.

Post frenectomy rehabilitation adult pain in adult patients with Tongue-Tie

I think that 3 days post frenectomy should be the maximum amount of time to wait to initiate treatment under most circumstances.

My student didn’t wear “sockie” because he didn’t think he needed it anymore.

My student went 9 consecutive days, and the night before his 10th, he didn’t wear “sockie” because he didn’t think he needed it anymore. Needless to say, he put his hand in his mouth during the night.

ankyloglossia ASHA certified orofacial myologists decision to quit diastema Dr. Robert Mason drooling freeway space frenectomy habituation hyoid bone IAOM incisive papilla lack of expressive language lingual frenum lip licking habit lip strength lisp lower alveolar ridge malignant sleep apnea myofunctional therapy Myo Manual narrow palate open bite oral motor orofacial myofunctional disorders orofacial myology orofacial myology treatment palatal expander post frenectomy quick tongue tie assessment restricted lingual frenum sleep apnea speech language pathologist sucking habits suctioning thumb thumb sucking TMJ tongue exercises tongue protrusion tongue thrust tongue tie tongue to spot unplugging the thumb