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Oral habits (mouth-breathing, thumb-sucking, tongue thrusting, and pacifier use), developmental delays, hereditary leaning and, or functional issues (such as tongue ties, lip ties, upper airway obstructions, and weak muscle tone) can upset the correct development of your child’s jaws. This is caused by poor oral and facial muscle functions.
Correcting these problems not only helps to straighten teeth but also improves the child's ability to breathe, eat, and sleep better. Breathing and Muscle re-training with simple 2-minute exercises have shown to reduce restless sleep, facial deformities, upper respiratory issues, snoring, and bed-wetting!
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