Tip Tuesday: New Forms for Your Patients and All About MyoCorrect

Exciting News to Share with You: New Forms for Your Patients!

We are very excited about adding new forms for your patients to your MyAbsorb account. We now have Sleep and Breathing Questionnaires available in Spanish and French. Go check them out!

MyoCorrect and VivosAire FAQ

When do the MyoCorrect changes go into effect?

April 12, 2022, at approximately 7:00 a.m. EST.

What changes can I expect in comparison to how I might have done things in the past?

Moving forward, in order to start a new patient in MyoCorrect therapy and/or an initial appliance system, a completed treatment plan for the patient will need to be completed and saved on VivosAire.

Will I need a completed treatment plan before ordering a rescue device?


What specifically about the treatment plan section is required for MyoCorrect enrollment and/or initial appliance system orders?

In order to set up a treatment plan, the following sections must be completed:

– Patient’s Chief Complaints

– Diagnosis

– Treatment Objectives

– Treatment Plan

What about mid-treatment appliance orders? Will I need to create and update a treatment plan if it did not already exist?

This is not a requirement of the system, but it is highly recommended.

Why is the system preselecting a MyoCorrect plan?

Based on your diagnosis, if it meets eligibility criteria for either plan, the system will assume you plan to follow The Vivos Method. At the time of Rx, you may change that plan or opt out from MyoCorrect as a part of your order if you choose.

Eligible patients who are diagnosed with the following eligible conditions will generally be recommended for the following MyoCorrect Plans:


The default selection, unless something applies for the MyoCorrect+ plan or the patient is ineligible for MyoCorrect.


If the patient is diagnosed with any of the following, it will suggest this plan:

  • AHI greater than or equal to 15
  • Diagnosis > TMD
  • Diagnosis > Tongue-Tie
  • Diagnosis > Lip-Tie

The treatment provider will ultimately decide which plan is best for the patient.

What patient information will I need to provide to enroll a patient into either MyoCorrect plan?

For patients 18 years or older at the time of enrollment, the patient’s email and phone number information will be required to enroll.

For patients 17 years and younger at the time of patient enrollment, the parent or guardian’s phone and email information will be required. The patient’s contact information is optional.

After MyoCorrect enrollment, what’s the next step?

Please work with your patient to schedule their first one-hour consultation with a MyoCorrect advisor from the link you receive in the email immediately after you enroll the patient in VivosAire.

Additionally, a MyoCorrect tool kit will be sent out to the office, not the patient. We recommend that you have a stock of these on hand to send home with the patient at the time of their enrollment and to have it ready at the time of their first evaluation.

Can I change MyoCorrect plans after enrollment?

Yes. At this time, please contact the help desk or the MyoCorrect advisor your patient is working with, and they can assist you.

Tune in next week for more information on how you can enroll your patients.

If you’d like to learn more, join Gisselle Raio, VP of MyoCorrect, on April 13 at her webinar:

Vivos Caravan

Atlanta and Orlando, Here We Come!

See you soon, Atlanta and Orlando! This is your last chance to register!

Last week, we were in Orange County with 26 practices and 120 attendees from the area. We are excited to continue to bring training to markets around the country!


Atlanta and Orlando, Here We Come!

Join us and bring your team for an informative and team-building training event! Locations include Seattle, Dallas, Austin, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Orlando, Washington, DC, Charlotte, and more. Stay tuned!

AIS Updates

Starting April 1, all Vivos appliances submitted for fabrication will now come in blue as the standard color!

If you have questions, please reach out to your Practice Advisor!

Check out our new easy-to-read doctor and fitting instructions for all Vivos! These references can also be found on your Vivos Aire portal.

Also, be on the lookout for new patient instructional booklets—coming soon!

Did you know? Patients with active TMD are contraindicated for use with Vivos appliances!

Join Us for Invaluable In-Person Training at The Vivos Institute! Another Medical Perspective for Health and Wellness

New Elective Course! Earn 8 CE Credits at Functional Medicine on April 14!

Dr. Miles Nicoles, a functional medicine MD, will be speaking on the following topics:

1. Wim Hof Method

2. Beyond apnea

3. Food sensitivities and allergies, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), sinus congestion, gut-immune and gut-brain connections, testing, and basic treatment strategies as first steps before seeking additional support

4. Sinus infections and multiple antibiotic-resistant coagulase-negative staphylococci (MARCoNS) as a block to nocturnal nasal breathing and a contributing factor to obstruction—background information, signs and symptoms, testing, and natural treatment options as a starting point



Sessions 1–3 Practical

Our Live Practical Course is available to all Vivos VIPs who have completed Sessions 1–3 virtually. This is a hands-on course where you will review everything learned from Sessions 1–3, go through the record process as a patient, and take the records as the doctor. You will also get hands-on training with Vivos guides and the DNA/mRNA appliances.

Check out exciting upcoming events and webinars on our Thursday email from The Vivos Institute!

New Webinars This Month!

AIS Presents: Vivoscore
11 a.m. MDT | 12 p.m. CDT

Learn more about integrating VivoScore and SleepImage into your practice!

  • Understand if the clinical concerns of the dentist can be answered with a sleepy study
  • Understand the limitations of home sleep tests
  • Understand how to review study data quality

AIS Presents: Appliance Selection
1 p.m MDT | 2 p.m. CDT

Learn how to choose the best appliance for your patient.

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