As a mother of two tongue tied babies, Dr. Joanna Green brings her compassion and experience as a mother and provider to her work. Working alongside infant healthcare specialists, she has developed a comprehensive, compassionate and conservative approach to treating our littlest of patients in a non-dental…
After years of successfully treating patients at The Pain and Sleep Therapy Center, Dr. Robinson decided to create and build The Center for Airway and Facial Development, which is focused entirely on treating children and helping them while they are still growing and developing…
Rebecca has a passion for taking a marketing or creative idea and bringing it to life. She grew up in Wilmington, DE and is a graduate of Padua Academy (2002) and also of Cabrini University (2006)…
As a mother of two tongue tied babies, Dr. Joanna Green brings her compassion and experience as a mother and provider to her work. Working alongside infant healthcare specialists, she has developed a comprehensive, compassionate and conservative approach to treating our littlest of patients in a non-dental setting. Dr. Green understands the importance of early intervention and how proper function, form, growth and development are all interrelated!
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American Academy of Craniofacial Pain
American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
After years of successfully treating patients at The Pain and Sleep Therapy Center, Dr. Robinson decided to create and build The Center for Airway and Facial Development, which is focused entirely on treating children and helping them while they are still growing and developing. According to Dr. Robinson, “Many of our adult patients that need to be treated for TMJ and Sleep issues always ask what they can do to prevent their children from inheriting similar problems.
Teaunah places a high value on genuine connections with her patients and their families. She firmly believes that this fosters trust, motivation, and progress which is crucial to the patient’s success. Her dedication to the field is evident in her passion for myofunctional therapy, airway health, and facial development, which all stem from her unwavering belief in addressing the root causes of some speech sound disorders. Teaunah’s experience working with children who presented with various issues like high palates, enlarged tonsils, tongue ties, and mouth breathing has provided her with invaluable insights. Witnessing firsthand how these conditions lead to speech distortions and tongue thrust, she understands the importance of tackling these underlying concerns. Embracing a holistic approach, she believes in correcting oral muscle imbalances and promoting proper oral habits through myofunctional therapy. Her dedication and passion, drive her to advocate for early intervention and the integration of myofunctional therapy. By doing so, she strives to make a lasting impact on the lives of her young patients and their families. In her free time, Teaunah enjoys traveling, yoga, photography and spending time with friends and family.
Rachel is a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) who joined our team in July 2021. Originally, Rachel is from upstate New York where she completed her Bachelors of Nursing and Masters Nursing at Binghamton University. Prior to completing her Masters, Rachel worked in Neurology as a registered nurse focusing on patients who dealt with chronic pain and headaches.
Upon moving to Delaware, Rachel completed a fellowship in Primary Care with Christiana Care.
During her fellowship, she became frustrated with experiences as a nurse practitioner in primary care and sought out a role where she could make a bigger impact. She identified her passion for comprehensive patient care, which resulted in the devotion to identify the root cause of her patient’s issues. Upon identifying a need for nutritional guidance for our patient population, Rachel acquired a certification in nutrition from the University of Stanford. It is her hope that with this knowledge, she can help provide holistic care and guide patients to naturalistic optimal health. Outside of work, Rachel enjoys kayaking, hiking, cooking, as well as spending time with friends and family.
Renee credits her personal airway journey, along with her many years in education as a former teacher in the public school system, for altering her career path. Her passion and experience in teaching made her a perfect fit to join our Practice Development Team where she gets an opportunity to educate the community and other providers on the importance of the airway, especially in the pediatric population.
Jennifer truly enjoys making connections and the relationships she builds with patients and Providers. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children, especially together at the beach.