How can an orofacial myologist help prevent post orthodontic relapse?
Saturday, 30 November 2019
Q: Dr. Mason, are there specific things I can do as an orofacial myologist to help prevent relapse? A: There are three contributions that an orofacial myofunctional clinician can make to counter post-orthodontic relapse. They are: 1) to achieve and stabilize a lips-together rest posture and a nasal mode of breathing; 2) to make sure
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Dealing with patient who received tongue thrust therapy from previous therapist
Friday, 15 November 2019
Q: I just evaluated a client who was seen previously for tongue thrust therapy by another therapist for over two years. The mother said he was receiving tongue thrust therapy. There were many sections of the initial oral exam that he could not do. Some were the most basic skills. How is it possible that