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I'd caution against voicing the opinion that one can fix schizoprenia by looking to craniofacial growth. While it may be possible to perhaps reduce the symptoms, even manage them to where someone seems asymptomatic of just slightly quirky, most of the problems are, to my knowledge, related to cranial structure not directly relevant to airway/sleep, genetics, and brain development that would not be addressed by looking to the frontonasal maxillary complex. Mood disorders, however, such as anxiety, depression, and Bipolarity those are in my view highly related to sleep and facial structure much of the time. ADHD with very little exception is a sleep issue, though not entirely about facial structure and breathing.
There's a lot of nuance when it comes to mental health, and core research really hasn't been done to fully examine how sleep, airway, and craniofacial structure influence it. There's only so much one can intuit right now, and there are patients for whom their issues are so severe that no matter what the etiology of their disorder medicine has no better answer than the chemical roulette of psychiatric care.
As you undergo correction in the near future, please consider keeping records for your own sake and for others. Pictures of dental impressions, scans, medical reports reports can be very helpful even with all personally identifying information blocked out.
Your input could help many, many people