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Southwest Myofunctional Therapy
“I loved that I was able to get a appointment right away. I felt very comfortable with her knowledge about my daughters lip and tongue tie. She was absolutely amazing with my daughter. I will definitely refer anyone to this clinic! Thank you for everything!”
Watch actual testimony from one of our many patients who have utilized our services.
Speech distortion: particularly a frontal lisp and Chronic open mouth positioning. An overjet and open bite. Tongue thrust: when the tongue pushes against or between the teeth during speech or swallowing. Read More.
We have a wide variety of payment options. We also offer special pricing for cash-paying patients for most.
Please watch the video. It is a simple explanation as to the importance of checking infants and children for tongue and lip ties as explained by Roger Price
Treatment is individualized and focused on tongue and facial resting postures, swallowing, and speech articulation. The best outcomes are achieved when prescribed exercises are practiced every day. Contact Us.
We typically have same-week appointment availability. Call (505) 218-6565 for scheduling. Appointments will be approximately 1 hour.
"Sandraluz went above and beyond to care for our 3 month old daughter. From our very first meeting to evaluate the severity of our daughter's lip and tongue ties to our post-op phone calls and in-office visits we felt safe, well cared for, educated and respected by Sandraluz. I highly recommend her!"
- Jody, Albuquerque, NM
Patient relates benefits of addressing sleep disorders and insomnia through myofunctional therapy.
Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMDs) are disorders of the muscles and functions of the face and mouth and is characterized by an abnormal lip, jaw, or tongue position during rest, swallowing, or speech. Learn More
Watch this incredible story and find out how sleep apnea, snoring and other sleep issues can negatively affect a child.
For your first appointment, expect a full health history evaluation, treatment outcomes and patient expectations.