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Myobrace® Membership Program

What is the Myobrace® Membership Program?
Do you already have an understanding of soft tissue dysfunction, myofunctional orthodontics and the importance of patient and staff education but you're wondering what your next step is? The Myobrace® Membership Program has been developed for dentists and orthodontists who are looking for a streamlined process to integrate myofunctional orthodontics into their practice. The programʼs network is comprised of dentists and orthodontists from around the world who are united in the common desire to provide comprehensive, high-quality myofunctional orthodontic care to their patients. Myobrace® Members are given access to MRCʼs own clinically developed educational and marketing tools as well as the complete Myobrace Treatment System.

Why become a Myobrace® Member?

Here are just some of the potential benefits of becoming a Myobrace® Member:

•  Treat a wider range of patients.

•  Increase patient flow in your practice.

•  Treatment can be delegated to trained auxiliaries.

•  Often less chair-side time is required per patient when compared to traditional orthodontic methods.

•  Financial benefits can be achieved for both you and the patient.

The global demand for natural orthodontic methods without braces continues to grow and is an option that many parents and patients would prefer. Myobrace® was developed to meet this demand. The ʻMyobrace®ʼ brand is marketed through print, broadcast and online mediums directly to the general public as a natural way to straighten teeth through modern orthodontic treatment modalities. This can also deliver benefits to professionals by allowing them to become Myobrace® Members and join the global network of practitioners recognising myofunctional orthodontics as a better way to treat their patients.

As a Myobrace® Member, practitioners will gain access to extensive educational materials, case support and training, along with the latest marketing materials. An added advantage of certification includes a practice listing on the ʻFind your practitionerʼ feature on This is an international, multilingual website for the general public that provides extensive information and research on Myobrace® treatment.


Who can become a Myobrace® Member?

Any approved licensed dentist or orthodontist can potentially become a member of the the Myobrace® Membership Program.
There are three types of membership available. Once an applicant has met the requirements, they become eligible for certification as members of the Myobrace®Membership Program at their relative level.  By meeting additional requirements members can become eligible to the next level of membership (invitation only).

The certification status a doctor can potentially achieve is dependent on practice space available for dedicated Myobrace® treatment and the doctor’s previous myofunctional pre-orthodontic experience as well as staff training and experience. 

The types of membership of Myobrace Membership Program certification can be summarised as follows:

1 - Myobrace Activities Group (M.A.G.) - To qualify for this type of membership, a practitioner must have engaged in all the relevant training required to offer effective Myobrace® treatment. They must also have a small area allocated for patient consultation as well as patient education that utilises the Myobrace®Activities program.  The practitioner must also have demonstrated experience in treating a range of cases using various appliances from the Myobrace® range.

2 - Myobrace Member - To qualify as a Myobrace®Member, a practitioner must have undertaken extensive Myobrace® training and be able to demonstrate comprehensive experience treating patients using The Myobrace® System. In order to achieve an increased patient flow, efficiency and higher practice profitability, a Myobrace®Member practice should incorporate a private consultation room, a record taking room and a larger dedicated Myobrace®Activities centre. The design of a practice at the Myobrace®Member level will incorporate MRC’s wall graphics as well as recommended furnishings and treatment methods. Educational material incorporated must be geared towards treating patients using myofunctional orthodontics.

3 - Myobrace Certified Provider (MCP) - Practitioners are only able to qualify as an MCP through invitation from MRC.  At this level, a practitioner must regularly undertake advanced Myobrace® training, demonstrate comprehensive experience in treating patients with Myobrace® and be able to regularly achieve optimal results while treating all their orthodontic cases using The Myobrace® System.

The Myobrace Certified Provider (MCP) level is designed for the Doctor who wants to dedicate a large portion of their services to Myobrace® pre-orthodontic treatment. Similar to our own Myobrace® Centers, the MCP clinic will be required to integrate a high-quality practice design including layout changes, full wall graphics and fit outs.

An MCP will also conduct more in-depth staff training and alter many elements of how patient treatment is conducted. The other major difference that relates to an MCP is that the practice will have authorised licensing rights to use the Myobrace® Certified Provider brand name and access to exclusive marketing materials as well as business support. To become a Myobrace® Certified Provider, a practitioner must first be a Myobrace® Member. The MCP badge is awarded to those who have integrated their membership at a high level.

Providers at the MCP level gain access to full educational resources and practice design characteristics that are exclusive to the MCP membership.

How do I become a part of the Myobrace® Membership Program?

Step 1.

The first step to becoming a Myobrace®Member is simply requesting information from a Myofunctional Research Co. (MRC) representative. The representative will outline the eligibility, pre-requisites, inclusions and terms of the certification.

Step 2.

There are different types of membership to suit a range of practices and budgets. Fill out an application form and return it to your MRC representative.

Step 3.

Once MRC receives and processes your application form, you will be contacted in regard to the next steps you need to take to become a Myobrace® Member.


MRC provides regular training on myofunctional orthodontics and how to use MRCʼs appliances in your practice. Contact us for more information on Myobrace® Certification, or to get in touch with your nearest MRC representative.