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Do you agree that I made any progress?

AguirreTWoR
(@aguirretwor)
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It seems to me that I did, however am skeptic given the short timeframe (20th of July to today).

 

 

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Topic starter Posted : 10/08/2018 2:13 am
AguirreTWoR
(@aguirretwor)
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Pardon me for just finding out that only one image per post is allowed. The image in the original post was the picture taken today, in this post the before photo.

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Topic starter Posted : 10/08/2018 2:14 am
Progress
(@progress)
500+ Forum Posts

Seems very possible. Thanks for sharing.

 

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Posted : 10/08/2018 2:54 am
AguirreTWoR
(@aguirretwor)
10+ Forum Posts
Posted by: Progress

Seems very possible. Thanks for sharing.

 

Thanks for putting that gif together. Despite changes in lightning, the mandible seems to be coming forward more!

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Topic starter Posted : 10/08/2018 3:10 am
gubbbbb
(@gubbbbb)
50+ Forum Posts

Your phone camera lens is distorting your face cause you probably took the image from a different distances/angles . My theory is that you where rotating the phone slightly in one direction and it made your nose jaw looks slightly bigger  cause I cant line them up properly in Photoshop

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Posted : 10/08/2018 10:04 am
Abdulrahman
(@abdulrahman)
500+ Forum Posts

Yes, there is a small change in your lower jaw, probably due to your muscles becoming more toned.

my story: http://www.aljabri.com/blog/my-story/

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Posted : 10/08/2018 11:12 am

THE GREAT WORK

Warning:
Your Cranial Sutures Need To Be open for CranioSacral / Jaw Development!