Myofunctional Therapy

for Pre and Post

Tongue Tie Release.

by Renata Nehme

Myofunctional therapy is increasingly recognized as an essential component of both pre- and post-operative care for patients undergoing tongue-tie release surgery. By including myofunctional therapy in the tongue tie release treatment plan, providers can significantly improve the outcomes of procedures.

Here are some key benefits:

  1. Pre-Surgical Preparation: Myofunctional therapy helps prepare the oral muscles for surgery, ensuring they are more adaptable and responsive to the changes that will occur, leading to smoother and more effective surgical outcomes.

  2. Enhanced Surgical Precision: With better muscle tone and function, surgeons can achieve more precise cuts and sutures, reducing the risk of complications during the procedure.

  3. Faster Recovery Times: Post procedure myofunctional exercises promote faster healing by improving blood flow and muscle adaptation in the post-operative phase.

  4. Reduced Risk of Complications: Regular myofunctional exercises after surgery help maintain the mobility of the tongue, preventing reattachment of the frenulum and reducing the likelihood of scarring.

Renata will discuss best practices in Myofunctional Therapy for achieving optimal surgical outcomes.

Date & Time

Thursday, Oct 24th

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

100% DeAgave
975 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203

Dinner

A Dinner will be provided.

CE Credits

2 Hour CE Credits

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