How Is Myofunctional Disorder Diagnosed?

How Is Myofunctional Disorder Diagnosed?

Posted by Dr. Alicia Abeyta DDS FAGD on Mar 27 2015, 09:21 AM

The diagnosis of myofunctional disorders begins with a dental exam. The dentist looks for signs of teeth grinding or clenching. They also look for signs of a recessed chin, open bite, crowding, or protruding tongue. Some patients may be referred to an orthodontist for further treatment.

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