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The tongue plays a key role in growth, development, and function. Ankyloglossia (tongue-tie) can lead to compensatory behavior, such as snoring, inability to breathe through the nose, underdevelopment of the midface, crowding of teeth, and TMD. Untreated, it can lead to more serious medical conditions, including digestive issues and sleep apnea. Every dentist should be trained to recognize signs and symptoms of tongue-tie and act as the quarterback in resolving this condition with the patient.
Dr. Kacy Jo received her doctorate of dental medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago. As of 2020 Dr. Jo has shifted her career from general dentistry to airway-focused dentistry, treating patients of all ages in skeletal underdevelopment and TMD, as well as performing functional frenuloplasty of the tongue and lips. Dr. Jo works at the Vivos Center in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. She was recently nominated by the organization to become a clinical advocate to lead and guide other Vivos providers.
Dr. Jo works at the Vivos Center in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
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