medical / dental
Facial-Flex was initially developed to help rehabilitate individuals who have sustained the deep facial burns that result in microstomia. The device continues to be used for the same purpose by numerous burn victims.
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS
Facial-Flex can aid in speech articulation, oral-motor swallowing function, facial motion, and voice and/or singing voice disorder.
Facial-Flex can aid in treating symptoms of oro-facial muscle imbalance and jaw/TMJ rehabilitation. It can also be used as a jaw strengthening device.
Facial-Flex can help patients with nerve disorders, strokes, MS, ALS, autoimmune neuromuscular disease, surgical trauma, Bell’s palsy and other chronic debilitating facial disorders. It can also help plastic and reconstructive surgery patients with post reconstruction and post augmentation of the upper lip.
HEALTH & BEAUTY BLOG POSTS
Facial Flex and Facial Biomechanics: What’s the Connection?
Facial-Flex has been scientifically studied at a biological Skin Study Center to determine its compatibility with the underlying facial muscle structures.
Does Facial Flex Help With Bell’s Palsy?
The people that use Facial Flex never fail to move us. When we received an email from Facial Flex user, Lucy Brummett, it was no different. Lucy shared her journey with facial exercise using Facial Flex, giving us a unique perspective on how it helped alleviate her...
How to Buy a Facial-Flex®: UK Distributor
Rosemary Conley is the UK Facial-Flex device distributor, for anyone in the UK region for fast shipping to you. This is a post about her.
Announcing Our New Non-Latex Flex-Bands
In the past 30 years, the design of Facial-Flex has been iterated and updated more than 6 times! As new technology and new discoveries are made, we flex and bend to provide the best technology for our facial exercise device as we can.
Musicians Love Facial-Flex For Extra Endurance, Power and Range
Strengthening your facial muscles can do more than just trim, tone and tighten for a more youthful appearance—especially for brass and woodwind musicians.
TMJ Disorder? Facial-Flex Can Help
Jaw Muscle Pain is A Common Issue, But Flexing Your Facial Muscles Can Help with More Than Just Your Appearance!