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What is it that makes the jaw move forward?
I'm trying to understand mewing better and this is a question.
If the palate moves forward, so will the jaw. If the palate changes angle, so will the jaw. Basically changes to the palate/upper teeth cause changes in the mandible. A recession will give you a huge gonial angle(>130 degrees) and a short ramus, it will also slightly push the gonial edge into your neck.