When changing habits practice makes perfect

Speech Pathology can improve your pronunciation, irrespective of the cause

A recipe for success in therapy: Fun

A recipe for success in therapy: Family Involvement

Acccurate diagnosis is key

A thorough assessment is critical for a clear diagnosis

Computer Apps can help with practice

Orofacial Myofunctional Practice can enhance facial aesthetics

Orofacial Myofunctional Practice can help you change oral habits

Speech Pathology can help you to overcome your communication challenges

Orofacial Myofunctional Practice modifies swallowing, chewing and breathing habits


17-18 October

ADOHTA SA/NT Biennial Conference

Sharon will be speaking at:

Australian Dental and Oral Health Therapy Association, South Australia and Northern Territory branch (ADOHTA SA/NT), Biennial Conference, Adelaide, 17-18 October, 2014

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13-15 November 2014

Dental Hygienists' Association of Australia National Symposium

Sharon will be speaking at:

Dental Hygienists’ Association of Australia Inc. National Symposium: Canberra 13-15 November, 2014

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Sharon Moore Orofacial Myologist has many years clinical experience, working with referrals from Dentists and Orthodontists, referrals requesting e.g. “Can you please correct this patient’s Tongue Thrust Swallow”


Sharon's particular clinical is the interplay between structure and neuromuscular function, the 'How to' of maximising change in habitual orofacial muscle postures and functions, optimising clinical outcomes, with patients, incorporating principles of neuromuscular retraining and motor learning