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Astros advice

Insomniac
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Hi idk if already been shared on here but here is what Astro said about his newest mewing gains :

for anyone whos wishing results could come sooner or if you have a deep bite /overbite with crowded lower teeth but decently straight teeth on top.   Do this.

 

1. mew but instead of pushing up and just pushing as hard as you can, push instead with the tip on the front part of your mouth and suction hold the rest of the tongue to the roof.  Dont push alot.   just maintain pressure to the roof.   

 

2.  get into a errect neck postion, basically a chin tuck but with out the forcing of the chin tuck.  look proud and straight like a native american,  then slowly jut your mandible ever so slightly to where it aligns with your front teeth but dont have them in contact.  i repeat  NO TEETH CONTACT and keep  lips sealed at the same time.   basically the jaw should be forward and relaxed.   

 

 

 

this over time will cause the back molars to drop,  the front teeth to tip and be in an ideal rotation , therefore giving your mandible a chance to rotate and set in proper occlusion. this takes a few months but is absolutely the way to go for anyone with  a deep bite

 

this is my "secret " to mewing if you can even call it that and why my mandible has finally caught up with my maxilla.     this advice was given to me by john mew months ago and i wanted to share it.  thanks

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Topic starter Posted : 03/06/2021 10:30 am
mghale45
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Thank you! Will be doing this.

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Posted : 03/06/2021 12:10 pm
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GoofySniper
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Why no teeth in contact so important? Just curious 

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Posted : 13/06/2021 5:10 pm
Whistler
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@goofysniper I kept my teeth a little  apart and now my back molars don't touch anymore when I try close my mouth. 

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Posted : 14/06/2021 10:31 pm
judicator.v2
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this is a good one but can anyone give the link of video he talking about this, thank you very much.

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Posted : 14/06/2021 11:17 pm
GoofySniper
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@whistler

So you're saying you should have kept your teeth in contact?

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Posted : 15/06/2021 11:11 am
Whistler
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@goofysniper No, I didn't keep my teeth in contact, I kept a space between upper and lower so that they never touched. Now I can't make my back molars touch together.  My jaw must have shifted somehow..

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Posted : 15/06/2021 12:38 pm
dadfa
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@whistler

Is this good or bad that your back molars can't touch anymore?  

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Posted : 15/06/2021 11:56 pm
Whistler
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@dadfa I don't think it's a good thing.. because it feels strange to not be able to touch them together. It doesn't feel right. I think if you provide space between your upper and lower teeth you lose your stability for where your jaw sits, do you know what I mean?

and it's possible my jaw shifted... or it could be just tight muscles from keeping it slightly open and if i stop doing that maybe it will go back to how it was before because the muscles would have relaxed.. idk  I guess only time will tell  . .  

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Posted : 16/06/2021 10:47 am
judicator.v2
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@whistler by shifting do you mean you jaw is protruded ( u know like jutting forward ) or jaw dropped down.

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Posted : 16/06/2021 11:48 pm
Whistler
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@judicator-v2 no, i don't think it is jutting forward, I mean,  i don't see my chin, like sticking out in a forward position. If anything I think it may be a bit receded, so interestingly I thought that maybe that is what it did.. keeping the space between my upper and lower teeth..  I dont know about the advice I got, maybe I kept too much of the space in between. I heard several people say though to keep a bit of space in between, but then on other videos it said that teeth should touch or else without the pressure the face won't change/get better. Again, I think when they said pressure it wasn't like clenching the jaw, but just holding it in a comfortable manner. This is what i am trying to do... I do think the jaw needs stability.. it's not normal to have it slightly open all the time... idk 

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Posted : 18/06/2021 12:17 am
judicator.v2
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@whistler dude this is the point 

then slowly jut your mandible ever so slightly to where it aligns with your front teeth but dont have them in contact.  i repeat  NO TEETH CONTACT and keep  lips sealed at the same time.   basically the jaw should be forward and relaxed.   

this over time will cause the back molars to drop,  the front teeth to tip and be in an ideal rotation , therefore giving your mandible a chance to rotate and set in proper occlusion. this takes a few months but is absolutely the way to go for anyone with  a deep bite

the interesting part of the advise was ( I highlighted in red ) jutting jaw forward part, I'm confused does this mean by jutting jaw one can shift the jaw forward eventually.

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Posted : 19/06/2021 2:49 am