Is your child living with a restricted lingual frenum? This fancy-sounding phrase also is the clinical term for a tongue-tie, which occurs when the thin tissue connecting the tongue to the floor of the mouth is too thick or restrictive. A tongue-tie limits the tongue’s range of motion, resulting in a host of potential oral
Are you breathing through your nose right now? This may seem like a strange question, but take just a moment to notice how you are breathing. Is it through your nose or your mouth? Mouth breathing most often occurs at night or during sleep, although it also may occur during the day as well. Aside
In its pursuit of promoting ideal facial growth guidance, Orthotropics® treatment may also include a course of myofunctional therapy. Read on as we explore the relationship between myofunctional therapy and Orthotropics®, and how they work hand in hand to achieve successful results in encouraging proper oral posture, while promoting better health. What is myofunctional therapy?