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Rebecca Rose, RDH

I am a native of the Puget Sound area in Washington State; which is where I also met and married my husband of 25 years. We have two young adult sons. I am a proud ASU Sun Devil Mom of a 2020 Freshman! I worked for many years as a Dental Assistant prior to transitioning into Dental Hygiene. I received my degree in Dental Hygiene while living in New England as my husband completed his enlistment in the United States Navy. After many successful years practicing clinical dental hygiene in a private practice setting, I completed advanced training to become a Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist. I have over 30 years invested in my profession and a passion for assisting others achieve a healthier, higher quality of life. I personally know the struggles of being a mother of babies with a tongue tie defect. I lament not having the information and knowledge available today about airway health and myofunctional disorders when my children were young. I've seen first hand the struggles of adults with orofacial myofunctional disorders and the impact it has on the quality of their lives, and also their families'. It is my personal experience that drives my desire to help other families unravel the complexity of myofunctional symptoms, correct their orofacial myofunctional disorders, and greatly impact their overall well being and potential. It is stunning to me, the complex creation the human body is, and what it is capable of. Often in dentistry and medicine we experience 'compartmentalizing' of illness or wellness; where it is focused too narrowly on a specific function, organ, symptom, or illness. I strive to see the bigger picture... the whole picture. The body is a fascinating interconnection of processes and systems. It's all connected and often it starts with the mouth.  

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Professional Licensing

Registered Dental Hygienist

          Washington State

           Utah State


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