Tongue thrust therapy exercises

Discover proven tongue thrust therapy exercises to correct improper swallowing patterns and improve speech and oral health. Start your journey to a healthier mouth and enhanced communication skills today.
My patient, Sarah, age 30 years, sent me this selfie photo when her orthodontic braces were removed. Look at that gorgeous smile! “Am I too old for tongue thrust therapy or Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy?” I get asked this question everyday and the answer is, “Absolutely Not!” The oldest patient I have seen for orofacial myofunctional … Dental Health, Orthodontics Braces, Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy, Myofunctional Therapy, Orthodontics, Tongue Health, Hygiene Practices, Medical Care, Constant Headaches

My patient, Sarah, age 30 years, sent me this selfie photo when her orthodontic braces were removed. Look at that gorgeous smile! “Am I too old for tongue thrust therapy or Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy?” I get asked this question everyday and the answer is, “Absolutely Not!” The oldest patient I have seen for orofacial myofunctional […]

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Posturepro on Instagram: "Just like we practice good sitting and standing posture for the sake of our necks and backs, we should also practice good tongue posture for the sake of our mouth. The tongue is a powerful muscle, impacting many parts of the body beyond the mouth The position of your tongue impacts your ability to breathe through the nose, your sinuses, your eyes, your head, your neck and your shoulders. So what is the right way to hold your tongue? Let’s start with the wrong way Instagram, Standing Posture, Sinusitis, Postures, Body Parts, Parts Of The Body, Muscle, Improper, Front Teeth

Posturepro on Instagram: "Just like we practice good sitting and standing posture for the sake of our necks and backs, we should also practice good tongue posture for the sake of our mouth. The tongue is a powerful muscle, impacting many parts of the body beyond the mouth The position of your tongue impacts your ability to breathe through the nose, your sinuses, your eyes, your head, your neck and your shoulders. So what is the right way to hold your tongue? Let’s start with the wrong way

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Leanne Mattaliano