Hello and welcome to Connected Dots!

connected dots orofacial myofunctional therapy, orofacial therapy onlineHere you’ll learn about what myofunctional disorders are, what impact they have on overall health, and how myofunctional therapy can help.

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Myofunctional therapy is the perfect way to connect the dots between orofacial and physical health – which further enhances the mental and overall wellbeing!

Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMD) are alterations in facial and oral muscle function, so muscles are too weak or not functioning properly.  Orofacial disorders affect tongue posture, swallowing patterns, orthodontic treatment, breastfeeding,  facial development, and more…

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) (also known as orofacial myology, and myofunctional therapy) is the neurological re-education and re-patterning of the oral, facial, and oropharyngeal muscles (neck region).

  Myofunctional therapy consists of a series of customized exercises delivered by a trained therapist to re-educate the muscles of the face and mouth and restore their proper functions.online myofunctional therapy

 I provide myofunctional therapy services online, via Skype, and see people from all over the world!

My clients enjoy online therapy sessions without the hassle of driving through endless traffic or harsh weather conditions. With the consultation occurring in the comfort of your own home, there is no need to wait in crowded patient lounges!

No matter where you live on the globe, you can easily access my myofunctional therapies.

How can I help you?

Tongue -Tie

tongue-tie, tongue tie, myofunctional therapy The condition when the tongue is connected to the mouth’s floor with a membrane called ‘frenum.’ A short frenum makes the tongue constantly rest at the bottom of the mouth…

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Mouth Breathing

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The mouth is for eating, and the nose is for breathing.  Your body will not function properly with inadequate oxygenation…

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Headache and TMJ Pain

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Improper swallowing, tongue-tie, and mouth breathing are just a few factors that cause overuse, tension, and pain of orofacial muscles…

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Digestive Issues

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Improper swallowing patterns cause Aerophagia – excessive and repetitive air swallowing. Aerophagia may ultimately result in …

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea

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Myofunctional therapy trains oral muscles. Strong and toned muscles help the airway to be less collapsible. Myofunctional therapy can effectively complement other treatment modalities used to treat sleep apnea…

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Orthodontic Relapse

orhodontic relapse, braces, croked teeth, teeth movedOrthodontics alone may not help! If you have myofunctional disorders, you may not benefit from orthodontic treatment alone. The continued pressure of the tongue …

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No two people are the same, and every orofacial disorder case is unique.

I see people of different ages and develop personalized myofunctional treatment plans based on individual needs.

What is the process?

The process begins with a 30-minute free consultation with me to assess if a myofunctional condition exists. If I believe that therapy would benefit you, the next step will be an hour-long comprehensive evaluation. This exam will help me to gather the necessary information regarding your myofunctional disorder and determine which course of therapy will allow you to achieve the best outcome.
After a personalized therapy plan has been created and accepted, therapy sessions will be ready to begin

Book a 30-minute free consultation now!

A warm welcome to Connected Dots!

It is heartbreaking for me to see that so many people live their entire lives needlessly suffering from health problems that can easily be addressed. I created this website to raise awareness about how little things can play a big role in the body’s vital balance. I have a background in dental hygiene, however, my services are limited to myofunctional therapy only and not include the practice of dental hygiene. I am delighted to share my knowledge and training with you, to help you connect the dots of your life and health!


The information on this website, including text, graphics, and images, is educational only. Nothing said, done, typed, printed or reproduced by Olga Fazlyeva & “Connected Dots” is intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure or take the place of a licensed medical professional. You should continue to see any medical doctors you are currently under the care of. Please do not alter any prescription medication, begin any fitness, exercise, nutrition, or weight loss program, or any other change in lifestyle without consulting your doctor.