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Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) Therapy is a unique exercise program that reeducates the facial muscles by modifying the swallowing patterns, tongue and lip postures. It eliminates negative oral facial habits to produce nasal breathing and closed mouth posture. 

Clinical oral facial massage

Irene came in to relieve pain she had been dealing with for years. After just one session, Irene felt immediate change to her facial symmetry. 

Muscle Balance

Relax the muscles of your face and mouth. Issues with stress can cause pain in muscles and the key roles they play in your facial health care. 


Developing symmetry and how it influences your face and habits that can affect position of jaws, neck and position of the head.

Myofunctional Therapy results

Unless recognized and changed, our habits will continue throughout life.

Every day we consciously and unconsciously use the muscles of our face and mouth, like a habit. Some habits are good; however, some habits over time can negatively effect our facial muscles. Incorrect or poor habits are often learned at a very early age and carry into adulthood.  Some bad habits include  biting your fingernails, clenching you jaw or even poor posture.

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TMJ Discomfort

Three months of breathing and myofunctional therapy significantly reduced Robin's TMJ Pain and Discomfort.

Initial visit

3 Months


Tova came to us after she had to get braces put on for a second time after her symptoms came back and spaces appeared between her teeth. Her dentist noticed she had a tongue thrust and overbite. He referred her to us and we were able to create new habits, fix her spacing and stop her nail biting.

Why use a certifked orofacial myofunctional therapist

We help you get the smile you want.

Treatment is designed to develop proper resting postures for the lips, tongue, and jay by retraining muscle and swallowing patterns to eliminate negative oral habits.

Certified therapist are trained to identifiy, evaluate, and treat incorrect muscle function patterns.

Assess your Facial Resting Posture and Swallow

While dentistry/orthodontics has a primary focus on dental occlusion, or teeth-together relationships, orofacial myologists focus on teeth-apart behaviors and postures that can lead to or have already resulted in malocclusion.