Orofacial Myology

By: Box Hill Speech Pathology  26-Jun-2012
Keywords: Speech Pathologist, Speech

Orofacial Myology is the study of normal and abnormal use of the muscles of the tongue, face and lips. Muscles can affect tooth alignment, speech production, chewing and swallowing. Orofacial myologists use myofunctional therapy, which are specialized exercises, to establish correct functional activities of the tongue, lips, facial muscles and jaw. We see a number of clients for this type of therapy as a complimentary treatment in conjunction with Orthodontic treatment. Mr Vincent Borg facilitates out Orofacial Myology program at Box Hill Speech Pathology Clinic, and is available Monday through to Thursday. Please phone 9899 5494 for further information, or visit our website at

Keywords: Speech, Speech Pathologist

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