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Face lift Dentistry

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hiamspoderman
(@hiamspoderman)
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https://www.faceliftdentistry.com/jawtrac/

Not sure what is going on here but the results look extremely promising and there is no surgery involved.
I am specifically interested in the jawtrac. It seems to be some sort of mewing aid if i’m not mistaken and results come fast and hard (less than 2 weeks)
This could definitely use some further looking into and if their method can be replicated that’d save a lot of people a lot of money.

 
Posted : 10/03/2020 7:09 pm
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FalseNegativeSleepStudy
(@falsenegativesleepstudy)
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So.  There are no examples on how it actually works.  Initially it looks like some type of bite splint combined with veneers, but it seems like they’re using some method of building up worn down teeth?  I’m thinking something like this would be highly case dependent to truly be successful, rather than trying to mask underlying skeletal issues (if that’s the actual problem)

 

For example: if someones teeth were extremely worn down:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEpApgB6kcE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLE4W3wH3Qg – Video of the same doctor here talking about it, it would be nice if they show how it actually works.

 

 
Posted : 11/03/2020 1:32 am
hiamspoderman
(@hiamspoderman)
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@falsenegativesleepstudy
From what I gathered it appears that the bite splint is what we are after would hold the lower jaw back and up similar to what @progress mentioned in this thread. https://the-great-work.org/community/main-forum/jaws-masseter-pattern-vs-temporal-pattern/

An underbite example can be seen below. The patient wears a veneer of sorts to hold the lower jaw back against the upper jaw.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyB59DWST9E&t=7s

 

 
Posted : 11/03/2020 6:17 am
Sceriff
(@sceriff)
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Very interesting! 

 
Posted : 15/03/2020 9:29 pm
EddieMoney
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Posted by: @hiamspoderman

@falsenegativesleepstudy
From what I gathered it appears that the bite splint is what we are after would hold the lower jaw back and up similar to what @progress mentioned in this thread. https://the-great-work.org/community/main-forum/jaws-masseter-pattern-vs-temporal-pattern/

An underbite example can be seen below. The patient wears a veneer of sorts to hold the lower jaw back against the upper jaw.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyB59DWST9E&t=7s

 

So basically fake teeth that make it seem like the maxilla came forward?

 
Posted : 17/03/2020 3:29 am
stevenpiper
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To be honest, I’m not very competent in this. But if we talk about a facelift, then it was definitely a big discovery for me. At first, I was advised by the website https://www.drbustillo.com/cosmetic-procedures/rhinoplasty , which was the starting point for me. After the consultation, a month later, I had a facelift operation. I can say with full confidence that I do not regret it at all. Now I look much better and younger, and what else does a woman need for happiness?

 
Posted : 16/08/2022 7:46 pm
MSEFMIMDOHope
(@msefmimdohope)
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@stevenpiper 

Dr. Bustillo this is not very professional of you… 🤣 

 
Posted : 18/08/2022 12:28 am
Mr_Man
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From a cost perspective, it was much cheaper to do my Invisalign + DOME + MARPE + Bollard Elastics (which worked btw) than it would cost to do even a partial Venlay bite restoration.  Plus, my improvement has been mostly skeletal.  Venlay restoration is still interesting though

 
Posted : 20/08/2022 3:17 am

THE GREAT WORK