Myofunctional Research Co. (MRC) unveiled its new Myotalea® treatment system to an audience of over 170,000 people at the 38th International Dental Show in Cologne, Germany in late March.
The traditional orthodontic approach has focused on the treatment of teeth as a separate entity compared to the patient as a whole and the facial profile.
A common practice for new parents is to offer infants pacifiers (also referred to as ordinary soothers or dummies) to provide emotional comfort during times of stress.
The six Rs of orthodontics are Research, Root Resorption, Retention, Relapse & Respiration. This article focuses on the second R, Root Resorption,
COLOGNE, March 12, 2019: Myofunctional Research Company (MRC) announced today that it will introduce its new Myosa® for TMJBDS treatment range on day one of the International Dental Show (IDS) 2019.
Myofunctional orthodontics has been practiced for more than 100 years. This article explores its origins and how the separation between two contrasting factions of orthodontics occurred.
COLOGNE, March 13, 2019: Myofunctional Research Company (MRC) will today introduce its latest treatment system on day two of the International Dental Show 2019.
The modernisation of our lifestyles has played a significant role in the increasing prevalence of malocclusion. Myofunctional oral therapy uses a modern approach to traditional treatment techniques in order to increase patient compliance.
Myofunctional therapy has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, but what is its evidence base, what are its goals and who is actually licensed to deliver it in Australia?