Facial development effects on airway and health

Parents always wish and want everything good for their children. There are many growth and development factors that parents should keep into consideration in the first decade of their children’s life. Amazingly, it is the dentist who becomes the vital guardian of your child’s normal facial growth and development. Remember, the role of the dentist […]

Fractal Form and Intelligence

Fractal Form and Intelligence A fascia (/ˈfæʃ(i)ə/; plural fasciae/ˈfæʃii/; adjective fascial; from Latin: “band”) is a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs.[1] Fascia is classified by layer, as superficial fascia, deep fascia, and visceral or parietal fascia, or by […]

Adult Palate Expansion Progress

At this point it is fitting to share my experience with the palate expansion, describing what has been accomplished and the benefits that came with it. I began this process two years ago as a 22 year old male, focusing attention every day towards expanding the palate and driving the maxilla up and forwards with […]

Non Surgical Adult Palate Expansion

To begin this article with no ambiguity: Adult palate expansion without surgery is not only possible, but normal and expected. The modern medical community is split on natural palate expansion, yet more and more practitioners have reported non surgical results with patients who are late into life. The reason for this divide is the slow […]

Common Tongue Posture Problems and Solutions

There are a variety of issues with development that will cause problems with both achieving and maintaining the proper tongue posture / mewing. Fortunately the body has an amazing capacity to correct and heal itself if given the time and effort – indeed even the bones will reform with pressure over time in accordance to Wolff’s Law. The most common tongue posture issues will be discussed in this article

Guide to Proper Tongue Posture / Mewing

Proper development of the cranio-facial complex and skull imply the proper function of the tongue and jaw muscles. Form and function are tied together; The bones of the skull will develop according to the muscles surrounding them in accordance to Wolff’s law. Proper tongue posture (AKA mewing AKA orthotropics) is the starting point. If you’re […]

Proper Development of the Skull and Posture after Birth

Through breastfeeding, the child will develop a tongue posture which keeps the tongue comfortable with feeding and resting firmly upon the roof of the mouth/palate. In order to pull milk from the breast, the child must push the breast into the upper palate firmly and suck back into the mouth with the tongue. This trains […]