Institute of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
Nichole Anderson has been in dentistry since 2001. She has been a registered dental hygienist since 2006 and myofunctional therapist since 2008. Nichole earned her AAS in Dental Hygiene from Pueblo Community College, and graduated Summa cum Laude with her Bachelor’s degree in Health Care Science from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, where she gathered further research on physiological influences on the cellular level that explain how and why myofunctional therapy works to alleviate detrimental habits. In addition to working as a clinical registered dental hygienist, Nichole has worked as an Independent Professional Educator on behalf of Water Pik, Inc., and is the past President/Trustee and Legislative Chair for the Colorado Springs Dental Hygienists’ Society. She has lectured on airway and myofunctional disorders (orofacial myology) to hygiene students, dental study groups, orthodontists, and graduate students at universities. She owns and operates the Institute of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy where she teaches an AGD/Pace approved 28 -hour CE course to licensed dental professionals, training them how to identify and treat myofunctional disorders. Nichole graduated from the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine with her DDS and practices in Denver, Colorado.
AAS: Dental Hygiene, Pueblo Community College 2006
BS: Health Care Science, University of Colorado Colorado Springs 2013
DDS: University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine 2020
Residency: Denver Health Medical Center, 2021