Breathe Easy: Buteyko Breathing Method

A program that helps to increase the uptake and delivery of oxygen to cells. It will help open the airways of the lungs, enhance blood flow and oxygen delivery to the brain, improve sleep, bring calmness to the mind, restore bodily functions disturbed by stress, build greater resilience, and help you live longer.

Oral Habit Elimination

Are you a parent of a young child with harmful oral habits like thumb sucking or prolonged pacifier use? These habits can impact your child’s muscle function and jaw growth and lead to other health issues. At Paradigm Dental Therapy, our Oral Habit Elimination program is specifically designed to help eliminate these habits and promote healthy muscle function and proper jaw growth. Our Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist expert is trained to address and correct these habits, and our early intervention approach can help prevent long-term damage, prevent the need for orthodontic care, and improve overall dental health. Plus, a healthier smile can boost your child’s confidence and improve their quality of life. Contact us to learn more about how our Oral Habit Elimination Program can benefit your child.

Tied 2 MYO

This program is specifically designed for more comprehensive cases. Clients that require a frenectomy (oral surgery) for a lip or tongue tie release will require specific pre- and post-frenectomy exercises and wound care. Additionally, when restrictions are present, it is common for severe muscle compensation to accompany someone with tethered oral tissue to make up for the lack of proper mobility and function of the tongue.

The MYO Shift

A standard program geared for children, beginning around the age of 7, into adulthood This program is for clients that require a less comprehensive approach than our “Tied 2 Myo” program provides.

Mini Me MYO

Mini Me is a program designed for our “minis.”. This is geared towards children approximately 3-6 years of age who can follow a traditional Myofunctional program. This program teaches simple breathing and game-based exercises to help support, positively improve, and influence the trajectory of their child’s facial growth and development.

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Our myofunctional therapy services focus on correcting improper tongue posture, improper breathing, and swallowing patterns to improve overall health and well-being. Whether you struggle with mouth breathing, snoring, or sleep apnea, our team of professionals can help you breathe easier and live better. We help you achieve optimal function and a healthy airway with personalized care and innovative therapy techniques.

Dental hygienists are prevention specialists. Our primary role is to provide preventive and therapeutic clinical care, education, and health promotion to help improve the oral health of our clients. More time is booked to allow proper and thorough care without feeling rushed or part of a production line. We provide flexible hours and the availability to get in sooner for appointments to ensure that clients maintain their ideal interval schedule so that their overall health is not jeopardized.

Our priority is to build rapport with our clients by taking the time to get to know them and listen to their concerns and goals. We genuinely want to elevate our clients to their personal best in aspects of their oral health to achieve optimal health.

Our intention is to alleviate anxiety by providing a comfortable, relaxing setting that brings serenity and calmness to a spa-like experience. We use the newest technology with EMS-guided biofilm therapy, which is minimally invasive, effective, and gentle on the teeth and soft tissues with a heating system with an adjustable water temperature for client comfort.

At your initial appointment, a comprehensive assessment and examination will be performed. This includes reviewing medical and dental history, performing an oral cancer screening, a dry mouth assessment and other risk assessments, a periodontal examination to assess the health of the gums and the bone that supports the teeth, and taking a series of intra-oral photos. Attention will be given to the client's needs, concerns, and goals, which will be considered while designing the treatment plan. Based on the results of this assessment and diagnosis, a client-specific treatment plan will be made with the intention of helping the client achieve a healthy, maintainable oral health status.