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The first step to working with me is for us to meet on Skype. This allows me to find out more about how I can help you or your child. It also gives you the chance to get to know me, to learn more about my practice and about myofunctional therapy.

Where Do You Live?

I’m currently working with patients from 13 different countries around the world. It doesn’t matter what timezone you’re in, I can coordinate our appointments to suit us both. Skype makes it easy to get the treatment you or your child need from the comfort of your own home.

Amazing Results

My patients tell me that their health, happiness and appearance improve so much during treatment. Myofunctional therapy really can be life changing, and what’s even better is that the exercises are easy, fun, and don’t take too much time.

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  • What’s Myofunctional Therapy?
  • Why Haven’t I Heard Of This?
  • Your Face

Myofunctional therapy is an exercise-based treatment. I teach my patients exercises that relate to tongue placement, breathing, speaking, chewing and swallowing. When I treat patients, my focus is the airway, and the tongue is a major part of the airway.

My goal is to teach awareness of the oral and facial muscles. I want the tongue to rest in the right place and the mouth to stay closed. When these two simple things happen, troublesome symptoms disappear and the big picture problems around braces, speech, jaw pain and sleep apnea become much easier to treat.

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Myofunctional therapy has become progressively more recognized over the course of the past 40 years. However, in many areas of the United States and around the world, it’s still not very well known or understood.

This is because most dentists, pediatricians, orthodontists, and ENTs do not fully understand myofunctional therapy because most were simply never trained in this topic as part of their medical or dental education.

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Most doctors and dentists know that the way we breathe can affect the shape and appearance of our facial features. Breathing through the nose is healthy but breathing through the mouth can cause problems.

The term “adenoid face” was coined to describe the facial characteristics of children with severely enlarged adenoids. The adenoids are located in the throat and are similar to the tonsils.

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“I had a great experience working with Sarah. After almost a year of therapy I realized that my face looked better (man! I look cute), my teeth have straightened somehow and my speech sounds great, I’ve even learned how to breath properly.

I love how the therapy improved my life in so many levels.”

– Teresa