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What is Myobrace?

This is a safe and proven early intervention option, to prevent crooked teeth and poor jaw development, and reduce the risk of children needing a mouth brace or extractions. It involves a series of removable oral appliances combined with myofunctional therapy to achieve a correct oral function which will impact not only their mouth but their overall health.


What is Myobrace and How Does it Work?

Myobrace is an orthodontic treatment that focuses on correcting the underlying causes of crooked teeth, rather than just straightening them out. The Myobrace  appliances are worn for a few hours each day and overnight while sleeping.


These appliances work to correct poor oral habits, such as mouth breathing, tongue thrusting, and incorrect swallowing patterns by teaching children to breathe through their nose, rest the tongue correctly in the roof of their mouth and swallow correctly.

These habits can cause the teeth and jaw to develop incorrectly, leading to crowded or crooked teeth.

By correcting these habits, Myobrace helps the teeth and jaw develop naturally, resulting in straighter teeth and a healthier mouth. 


The Benefits of Myobrace Treatment

There are many benefits to Myobrace treatment. One of the biggest is that it  provides a natural, non-invasive solution to straightening teeth. 

Another benefit is that Myobrace can help correct and prevent other oral health issues, such as breathing problems and sleep apnea. By correcting poor oral habits, Myobrace can improve overall oral health and prevent future problems.

Myobrace vs. Other Orthodontic Treatments

While Myobrace is a relatively new technology, it has already been compared to other orthodontic treatments. One of the biggest differences between Myobrace and traditional braces is the way they work. Myobrace focuses on correcting poor oral habits, while traditional braces apply force to the teeth to move them into position.

Another comparison is between Myobrace and clear aligners, such as Invisalign. While clear aligners are removable and can be more comfortable than traditional braces, they still focus on moving the teeth into position, rather than correcting the underlying causes of crooked teeth. Therefore, treating the root cause is essential to reduce the chances of relapse once the treatment has finished.

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