THE LINGUADONTICS CLINIC
The first-of-its-kind linguadontics clinic that helps you resolve and enhance a diverse range of bodily functions including orthodontics, posture, sleep, and nervous disturbances — by uncovering and enhancing tongue strength and function.
In this digital-driven age, now-common lifestyle habits have given rise to health and wellness concerns that are often difficult for healthcare professionals to pin down to any one diagnosis.
We believe that renewal, healing and wholeness can be integrated and restored into the heart of everyday life — starting with your tongue function. Yes, your tongue has the power to transform your way of living. That’s because it is so deeply connected with the way you breathe and live.
Led by Singapore’s leading myofunctional trainer and Clinical Director, Dr. Yue Weng Cheu, and Managing Director, Louisa Yue, The Linguadontics Clinic is a first-of-its-kind practice.
We help you resolve and enhance a diverse range of bodily functions including orthodontics, posture, sleep, and nervous disturbances — by uncovering and enhancing tongue strength and function. We leverage available to offer non-invasive and on the latest technologies integrative solutions that enhance natural body processes and function.
DR YUE WENG CHEU
Myobrace & Myofunctional Treatment
Laser Lip & Tongue Tie Release
Invisalign® for Adults & Teens
TONGUE UP, LIPS CLOSED, BREATHE THROUGH YOUR NOSE
THE CENTRALITY OF THE TONGUE
2. GROWING CHILDREN
3. YOUNG ADULTS
INFORMATIVE FACTS ABOUT THE TONGUE
1. 3,000 - 10,000
2. THE TONGUE HAS 2 PARTS
3. THE TONGUE HAS 2 PARTS
5. PROPER PLACE
6. BOYS / GIRLS
9. HOW BIG IS IT?
For those of you who are intrigued by the tongue-airway-grinding-sleep-TMD connection, welcome to this School of Linguadontics page set up by Dr Yue Weng Cheu. Join the group Kampong TMD for more explanation. Linguadontics is a term founded by Dr Yue, a General Dentist who has extensive years of treating patients with TMD issues, fabricating for them GNM orthotics. However, he never stopped asking the WHY question. Why do people clench and grind? He refused to accept “stress” as the answer. There had to be something more fundamental and physiological. He was also treating patients with crowded teeth using Invisalign and again, he asked the WHY question. Why are there so many people with misaligned teeth? What caused the misalignment?
It was only when he started doing lip and tongue tie releases with the laser for infants and when the practice started incorporating Myofunctional therapy and training for patients undergoing Invisalign treatment that the realisation of the importance of the tongue and its impact on a person’s cranio-facial development and subsequently on the person’s sleep quality that the whole big picture was formed. A tongue in a low position obstructs the airway and that leads to a whole host of other issues, thanks to the linkage of many major cranial nerves to this very important yet greatly neglected organ. The School of Linguadontics is about starting a movement of bringing this awareness to the medical and dental community and also to the general public. Do join us in this (R)Evolution!
Highlights from the “Application of Myofunctional Therapy in Dentistry” course conducted in Singapore from 10th – 11th June 2017 by Dr. Yue Weng Cheu, Founder of the School of Linguadontics
WELLNESS THROUGH THE POWER OF YOUR TONGUE