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Orofacial Myology Awareness for the Licensed Dental Hygienist

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Pat's been speaking for over 8 years in the dental community. She is an national and international speaker. As a Certified Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist (COM™) Her goal is to spread the word on Tethered Tissues and the function of the tongue. Keep kids and adults breathing and leading a happy life.

Learn how the human tongue controls every aspect of our bodies. Without it we would be lost! It seems like an epidemic, that infants are being born with tethered tissues, life should NOT start put tough. These courses will cover all the information, professionals need to know to cover their patients concerns. 

The Tongue - Is it the CEO of the Body?

The oral physical connection of physical health starts in the mouth. The tongue interacts with all human systems. It’s amazing how this oral muscle can create havoc within the body.  

Good, Bad and the Ugly of Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTS) have reared their ugly head to cause failure to thrive. How is the tongue connected to ADD/ADHD and much more. Assessing tongue and lip ties is essential.  

Is YOUR Tongue causing your Health Problems?

What do we really know about the tongue? This muscle organ of the body is a mysteryLearn how important your tongue is to your health. The tongue is the CEO of the human body, really! Your tongue can control how you sleep, eat, snore, chewing, swallowing, breathing and dental health. We will discuss how this oral muscle can create havoc in the body without your knowledge. We will be doing some exercises to determine who’s in charge, you or your tongue. Trouble breathing, thinking, tired all the time? Breathing through your mouth, not your nose? This course is a MUST!  

Orofacial Myology Awareness for Licensed Dental Hygienist

The tongue is a body muscle organ affecting the human body in many systems.
Dental hygienists are educated to diagnose ankyloglossia, but there is
so much more. Helping patients with their health is what prevention specialist do!
Join us on this hands-on program to learn - Referring to a therapist is in the patients’ best interest.