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Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize signs and symptoms of orofacial myofunctional disorders (OMDs)

  2. Explain the goals of myofunctional therapy 

  3. Describe the possible health outcomes of OMDs

  4. Create an action plan for your patients

As dental professionals, we are at a crossroads when it comes to standards of care and airway issues. Screening for sleep-disordered breathing is now recommended by the American Dental Association for all dentists to perform. This is a great start, but we should not stop there as orofacial myofunctional disorders such as a restricted tongue, low tongue tone and posture, poor lip seal, dysfunctional swallow, and mouth breathing can lead to sleep-disordered breathing and health issues. These can lead to poor jaw growth, tooth crowding, open bites, overbites, small airways, and much more. Come learn how you as a dental professional can increase awareness of these disorders, how to recognize them, what you can do to help your patients, and learn when and where to refer. 

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