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Conference Programme 2024


Myofunctional orthodontics

17 May 2024
Specialty Interest Theatre
C , D
Myofunctional orthodontics

Learning Content

Attendees will learn about a  modern approach to the diagnosis of breathing and myofunctional problems. They will understand how myofunctional appliances can be used to treat soft tissue dysfunctions, that limit facial growth, to provide an effective, early and minimally invasive orthodontic treatment for patients between 5-10 years.

Learning Aims

Identifying soft tissue dysfunction and why this is important - Learn about myofunctional orthodontics and how to use its treatment system - Understand breathing and myofunctional problems that limit facial growth.

Learning Objectives

Know how to screen for soft tissue dysfunction and sleep - breathing disorders in children - Develop an overall understanding of the myofunctional orthodontic treatment system - Understand practical aspects of the implementation of myofunctional orthodontic treatment.
Niels van der Valk, Myobrace Educator - Myofunctional Research Co.