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Can a Gummy smile/ Long midface be reduced?  

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Zygos
(@zygos)
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If yes how, I dont think that mewing could help me with that

 

But is there any device for that?

 

 

Please dont spam with some bro science

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Posted : 09/11/2018 6:43 pm
TGW
 TGW
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Your maxilla lacks forward growth. Forward and upward growth (which is the correct growth) will correct this.

How? This forum community is on the cutting edge of finding out how

"No bro science"

This is not misc. The users here deserve better than such callus dismissal. This is a developing field in human health: both clinical studies and academic science on this topic are in their infancy. Yet the members of this community are in contact with the bleeding edge of this field, new developments will he discussed here.

Users who cannot handle this are encouraged to lurk moar

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Posted : 09/11/2018 7:38 pm
gummysmile96
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I (22F) have a severe gummy smile (I show about 8mm of gum and 2mm of teeth when I smile) and long midface, I actually went to see Mike Mew in person and he said that theres not a lot of examples of gummy smiles being improved by mewing in adults (the research is not very extensive) but he believes that it should work, hard-mewing, maintaining correct tongue posture and doing chin exercises should help me see mild results in 2 years. Let me know if u have any more q's 🙂

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Posted : 03/01/2019 12:22 pm
Pame
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Posted by: gummysmile96

I (22F) have a severe gummy smile (I show about 8mm of gum and 2mm of teeth when I smile) and long midface, I actually went to see Mike Mew in person and he said that theres not a lot of examples of gummy smiles being improved by mewing in adults (the research is not very extensive) but he believes that it should work, hard-mewing, maintaining correct tongue posture and doing chin exercises should help me see mild results in 2 years. Let me know if u have any more q's 🙂

Did Mike Mew specifically recommend you to hard mew? Did he help you with achieving proper tongue posture? Also, was he not willing to treat you with appliances?

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Posted : 03/01/2019 3:03 pm
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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

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