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Myofunctional Appliances


We are pleased to offer a wide selection of myofunctional appliances.
Vector Diagnostics is an Authorized Myobrace Distributor.

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The Myobrace System™ incorporates many of the Trainer System™'s well recognized myofunctional training characteristics, but features MRC's patented dual-layer technology for improved arch development and tooth alignment.

The inner core (Dynamicore™) produces arch development, while the soft outer core builds and improves on the characteristics of the Trainer System™. This dual-mold design allows for better patient compliance while still providing actively functioning orthodontics.

Variations of the Myobrace® are available for a variety of patients' age groups and treatment needs - giving practitioners greater treatment options for a wider variety of patients.

Myosa® - sleep appliance systems offer the dental and medical professions the means to provide SDB (Sleep Disordered Breathing) sufferers with a comfortable and cost-effective solution that can enhance their quality of life as well as the lives of our children.


The Trainer System™ appliances are single-size, prefabricated dental appliances that incorporate
both myofunctional and tooth positioning characteristics. 

No impressions, no moulding and no fitting is required.

Soft, Phase 1 appliances are more flexible in order to adapt to a wide range of malocclusions. Harder, Phase 2 appliances usually follow after 5 to 8 months of Phase 1 use and achieve better tooth alignment.


The TMJ System™
Temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) disorder is commonly misunderstood and often goes undiagnosed. It’s an integral part of myofunctional orthodontics because if there is poor oral function (or soft tissue dysfunction), TMJ disorder is almost always present too.
Appliances in the TMJ System™ relax jaw and neck muscles, relieve pressure on the TMJ, limit bruxing (teeth grinding) and can reduce head and neck pain.