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How is it possible to have a weak chin but no overbite?
So my 'overbite' if you even want to call it that, is within ideal range at 3mm. This counts as ideal occlusion. I can't even push my lower teeth forward without pushing them downwards as well, there is no space. Well maybe 1 mm, but that's nothing.
So how is it possible in cases like mine to have a recessed chin relative to the maxilla? And will proper posture (teeth together) make the chin grow forward eventually? I'm also thinking the tongue might drive it forward? Because my tongue has too little space in its natural position, it curls all the way down across the back of the lower teeth, even reaching my gums.
In cases like this, what has made the chin grow forward?
slight crossbite an narrow upper arch restricted the lower jaw? Facial muscles look out of whack. I bet you swallow with your buccinators? Maybe it's just genetics. I'm not a pro to be honest. You guys seem to have totally different cases. Maybe upper arch expansion and jaw surgery. Contact lee about the slda? I'm not sure kiddo you might be stuck. but you have lovely teeth. Just be thanfkul you can function and look relatively normal. That's a blessing. savor it.