At Faceology, we offer more than myofunctional therapy! We’ve taken the latest research and techniques in the oral myofunctional field, and combined them with breathing retraining exercises and myofacial release techniques.

The result is a comprehensive treatment approach focused on returning true functionality to the orofacial complex and eliminating dysfunctional breathing. The results in our patients have been life-changing.


We see all our patients online using Skype and Zoom. We’re currently working online with patients from 13 different countries. It doesn’t matter what timezone you’re in, we can coordinate your appointments so that you can get the myofunctional therapy treatment you need from the comfort of your own home.

Our patients tell us that their health, happiness and appearance improve so much during treatment. Myofunctional therapy really can be life changing, and what’s even better is that the exercises are easy, fun, and don’t take too much time.


Recent Blog Posts

  • What Is A Mandibular Advancement Device?

    What Is A Mandibular Advancement Device?

    What is a mandibular advancement device? This is a question that will likely be asked by many people dealing with sleep disordered breathing including sleep apnea, snoring, and UARS (Upper... Continue reading

  • What Is Orthodontic Expansion?

    What Is Orthodontic Expansion?

    As a myofunctional therapist, I work with a lot of patients who are having orthodontic expansion, which is also known as palatal expansion. Sometimes this is done for cosmetic reasons.... Continue reading

  • Bedwetting And Sleep Apnea

    Bedwetting And Sleep Apnea

    Is there a connection between bedwetting and sleep apnea? Many health professionals who deal with sleep disordered breathing would say yes based on clinical experience, and the research agrees. Bedwetting... Continue reading

  • TMJ Pain And Myofunctional Therapy

    TMJ Pain And Myofunctional Therapy

    TMJ pain is one of the most common reasons patients begin working with me or one of my associate therapists. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) or jaw joint is one of... Continue reading

  • Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome

    Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome

    Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (also known as UARS) is a sleep disordered breathing condition similar to obstructive sleep apnea. It’s definitely less well-known than obstructive sleep apnea, but working with... Continue reading


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  • “Since having finished all of the sessions with Sarah, I have noticed a great improvement in my breathing and where I put my tongue. I no longer breathe through my mouth, push my teeth with my tongue, or go through the day with my mouth open.

    I’m so thankful that I met Sarah. She’s kind, caring, and very professional. She tailored my treatment plan specifically for my needs and has given me confidence in my smile. I believe it was worth the time and money for the improvements I made with Sarah’s help. I highly recommend her”

  • “I highly recommend Sarah Hornsby for myofunctional therapy. I wish this field was more known back when I was a child and I may have been able to avoid all my orthodontic headaches altogether. My jaw may have grown correctly if I was using my mouth and face muscles properly! It really is a life changing choice to do this therapy and has many more benefits that I didn’t even realize

  • “Sarah Hornsby’s myofunctional therapy program has had a substantial effect on my life. My orthodontist initially referred me, worried that my treatment might not work since my tongue often pressed against the back of my teeth and would fight against the orthodontia. Today, I experience less jaw pain, spend much more time with my mouth closed and my tongue in proper position, and even breathe better. I highly recommend Sarah’s service to those facing similar issues”

  • “I had a great experience working with Sarah. After almost a year of therapy I realized that my face looked better (man! I look cute), my teeth have straightened somehow and my speech sounds great, I’ve even learned how to breath properly.

    I love how the therapy improved my life on so many levels”