We work with your for both Pre/Post Frenectomy with simple exercises to speed healing and get optimal results. The most important part after surgery is to ensure the tissue doesn’t reattach during the rapid healing process which can cause new limitations in mobility.
Tips for Post-surgery Exercises:
The breathe institute
Progress towards a functional definition of Ankyloglossia.
Initial Visit: Open-mouth breathing and posture and forward head and shoulder posture, loud deep breaths during the day, depression, social anxiety (too anxious to look for work and hardly leaves his room and is on computer all day) Talking in sleep, bruxing at night, gulping, noisy open mouth chewing, acne, facial tension, and mumbling during speech.
3-4 weeks after Frenectomies: Nasal breathing due to ease of lip closure, skin cleared, anxiety greatly reduced, sleeping better, face more relaxed and swallowing correctly. Tongue up position.
If you have questions about your oral health care, drop us a note and we will get back to you.
With Oral Facial Health Care, you can reduce the occurrence of discomfort associated with migraine pressure tension headaches, jaw or neck pain or other painful symptoms of OMD.
We offer a 10-point evaluation and customized therapies based on holistic, natural healing methods.
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