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Could assymetrical recession actually be a yaw rotation of the maxilla? How would you correct that?

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Silver
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My maxilla seems rotated around its yaw, but I can’t be sure that it didn’t just develop with that shape. Do I still position the tip of my tongue at the incisive papilla, even though that spot is off the midline of my skull?

 
Posted : 19/05/2019 8:33 pm
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healthyfacehealthylife
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Your maxilla appears to be rotated but I think it’s actually your mandible that’s rotated. Just apply proper tongue posture try and hard mew. With your tongue flat on your palate pushing upwards and laterally. @Silver

 
Posted : 15/08/2020 11:33 pm
Silver
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Posted by: @healthyfacehealthylife

Your maxilla appears to be rotated but I think it’s actually your mandible that’s rotated. Just apply proper tongue posture try and hard mew. With your tongue flat on your palate pushing upwards and laterally. @Silver

That makes sense, thank you! I have been doing that and it looks better than it did

 
Posted : 16/08/2020 12:21 am
healthyfacehealthylife
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You’re welcome. Keep it up! @Silver

 
Posted : 16/08/2020 7:55 pm
healthyfacehealthylife
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You’re welcome. Keep it up! @Silver

 
Posted : 16/08/2020 7:55 pm

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