Can FaceFormer therapy correct the balance of the facial muscles?

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I am 40 years old and have had facial muscular imbalances and breathing problems (nose – also allergy-related – permamently blocked) all my life. The imbalances led to CMD, i.e. reciprocal force effects on other parts of the body (static problems, permanent back pain, knee problems etc.). According to KFO I have a dental technical device (Relaktor), which brings the tongue into the rest position and stretches the musculature slightly. This gives me a certain improvement. Can you imagine that a Faceformer can further restore or correct the balance of the facial muscles?

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FaceFormer therapy is a causal and active training therapy that cannot be compared with other methods. Countless CMD patients experienced a significant improvement for the first time after applying this therapy. It activates important muscle chain functions and corrects tongue position, head balance and respiration and aims at changing movement patterns.

We therefore recommend the use of FaceFormer therapy and, if necessary, the discontinuation of other procedures.