1. One of the main goals of orofacial myofunctional therapy is to _______________.
  1. Myofunctional therapy originated within the field of _______________.
  1. The muscle that is NOT commonly targeted by the orofacial myologist is/are the _______________?
  1. The number of muscles that make up the tongue are _____?
  1. The tongue muscle that is NOT innervated by the Hypoglossal (XII) nerve is the _______________?
  1. The most widely identified OMD is _______________.
  1. The teeth that are most commonly affected during tongue thrust behavior are _______________?
  1. At rest, the body of the tongue should be _______________.
  1. A clinical sign often present with open mouth posture is _______________.
  1. The three categories of mouth breathing are _______________.
  1. Which behavior is NOT classified as a parafunctional habit?
  1. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends intervention of oral sucking habits after what age?
  1. The most obvious clinical signs of a sucking habit may be _______________.
  1. The factor(s) that affect the severity of malocclusion caused by thumb or finger sucking are _______________.
  1. Which sentence best describes orofacial myofunctional therapy?
  1. Which of the following is NOT included in the broad goals of OMT?
  1. Myofunctional exercises often focus on training the anterior tongue to _______________ during rest and swallow.
  1. What appliance has a metal gate-like portion used to block the tongue from exerting force on the anterior teeth?
  1. What technique can be utilized to decrease orofacial muscular tension?
  1. A current issue hindering the acceptance of orofacial myofunctional therapy is _______________.
  1. Current available training for myofunctional therapists includes _______________.