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Episode 116: The 411 on Lip Taping with Autumn R. Henning SLP COM IBCLC

Ep. 116

In this episode, Hallie and Autumn R. Henning SLP COM IBCLC give the 411 on lip taping. They discuss the importance of determining the root cause of a patient's mouth breathing and how lip taping is quite literally putting a band aid on the problem (vs. addressing the root cause). They go on to highlight the importance of myofunctional therapy to help guide the musculature for a proper closed mouth posture.


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