Straighten your child's teeth Naturally WIth MYOBRACE
With Myobrace you won’t have to wait until your child is a teenager to fix their smile.
We can start Treatment as early as 3 years old!
Eliminate the need for braces
Invented in Australia over 20 years ago, Myobrace is now becoming a popular form of treatment for correcting growth and orthodontic problems worldwide. Finally, studies have found that genetics does not play as significant a role in facial growth and development as previously thought. Above all, Poor oral habits such as mouth breathing and improper swallowing are the underlying causes of why teeth are misaligned.
For Ages 3-15
As early as 5 years old, children are getting their first permanent teeth. As a result, at this stage the teeth can become crowded and the jaws misaligned. At 9-12 years of age, children are getting the remainder of their permanent teeth. As a result, crowding and poor jaw alignment can become more severe as the adult face develops.
Why is Myobrace Necessary?
Causes of Crooked teeth
One of the biggest causes of crooked teeth is bad oral habits.
As a result, mouth breathing, incorrect lip and tongue function (known as poor myofunctional habits) are the primary causes of poor jaw development and tooth alignment. Research shows that these problems continue through to the permanent dentition which would generally require complex orthodontic treatment later on in your child’s life. These habits can be corrected easily in the growing years than through braces or Invisalign. Once the causes are corrected natural growth, and dental alignment can take place.
Straighten your children's teeth without braces!
WhAT IS MYOBRACE?
How Myobrace actually works
Patients are asked to wear a series of removable Myobrace appliances for a minimum of 1 hour during the day and overnight while sleeping. As a result, the purpose of this treatment is to change our patient’s oral habits concerning tongue and lip posture and swallowing patterns. Furthermore, the daily use of the Myobrace appliance results in straighter teeth and improved function, leading to the improved facial development and a healthier smile. In conclusion, although Myobrace is best directed to children and teens, adults still receive benefits from the treatment.
Will Myobrace be right for my child?
The Myobrace system is almost like a training program. Like study or sport, daily commitment and persistence are required to obtain results It also depends on the patient’s basic biology for change – therefore sometimes the results are rapid, and at other times it may take more perseverance. Old habits die hard, so the sooner the training program is implemented, the better the growth benefits and the more permanent the result!
How does myobrace compare to braces or invisalign?
- Complete x-rays and photos
- For Children Aged 5 to 15
- No Retainer Necessary
Stop worrying about your teeth!
Frequently Asked Questions
The goal of Myobrace is to naturally develop of the jaws and teeth. Beyond just straighter teeth, Myobrace can offer:
- Alignment of the teeth and jaws
- Minimal or no use of braces
- No need for extraction of healthy teeth
- Reduced need for fixed retainers
- Improve facial development
- Improve overall oral health
Your child doesn’t have to wear any wires on their teeth! Unlike with Braces, Myobrace is a comfortable flexible retainer that they can take off when it matters the most. With Myobrace, you won’t have to worry about your children not brushing because of the difficulty!
Myobrace starts earlier and focuses on developing the jaw instead of just straightening straightening your teeth. This will allow your child’s jaw to properly develop.
The Canadian Dental Association recommends every child have an orthodontic assessment no later than age 7. Waiting on treatment can lead to a less than ideal result. Certain orthodontic problems are best treated when children have a combination of adult and baby teeth.
In an orthodontic consultation, you will get an opportunity to tour the office, meet the doctor and the team. The doctor will look at your mouth and assess the complexity of your treatment and review what treatment options are available to you. Together, we will discuss any concerns you may have with your orthodontic treatment.