Orofacial Myofunctional therapy for bilateral tongue posture and tongue thrust

By:

Zimmerman, J.B. (1989)

This article discusses the significance of lateral and bilateral (posterior) tongue thrust and resting posture anomalies.

This article discusses the significance of lateral and bilateral (posterior) tongue thrust and resting posture anomalies. A case study is presented with photographic documentation of results of the coordinated efforts of the orthodontist, and the orthodontist to ensure ideal timing and coordination of intervention strategies. This case study supports the concept that orofacial myofunctional therapy can facilitate the task of the orthodontist, and contribute to orthodontic stability by creating a more favorable muscle environment for the dentition.

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