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Frequently Asked Questions 


How Long has Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy been around? 

The history of myofunctional therapy dates back to the 15th century in Italy.  

Edward Angle, The father of modern orthodontics wrote his book In 1907 titled The Treatment of Malocclusion of the Teeth.  One of Angle’s students was Alfred Rogers (1903), who in 1918 presented his first paper on Myofunctional Therapy of Orthodontics at the annual meeting of the American Association of OrthodontistsAs early as the 1500's 


How Effective is Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy? 

There are numerous studies demonstrating the efficacy of Myofunctional Therapy.  Thousands of adults and kids have help improve their airway, snoring, sleeping, malocclusion and swallowing.  

Does Insurance pay for Therapy? 

I am not a provider for any insurances.  Many medical insurances are starting to have some coverage for Myofunctional Therapy but you will have to check with your own insurance company.  I have helped some clients to get some coverage and I'd be happy to help you too.  

How many sessions do I have to do?

The number of sessions depends on the types and number of dysfunctions.  I do not have a set number of sessions as no two people are the same, kids or adults.  And no two types of dysfunctions can be treated the same.  I can say that most of my clients have been able to complete sessions in an average of 12 sessions, with few exceptions. 

And therapy can last from 6 - 9 months.  

Do you have any questions?    e-mail, txt or call me,  I'm happy to answer any questions you may have.  

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