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Newbie trying to achieve forward facial growth

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iLoveTapWater
(@ilovetapwater)
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Hello, 

I am a 14 year old male trying to correct my recessed chin and achieve forward facial growth although I am totally new to this. When I try to mew it doesn’t feel natural and I am east her going to soft or too hard. I am also finding myself swallowing every 5 minutes and sucking up saliva, when I swallow saliva I trying to do the suction hold but I feel a sucking vacuum on my teeth and almost entire lower face around my mouth I don’t know if that is correct. I have read on the forum about face pulling or thumb pulling but I don’t know what to do to achieve the best results. What would be the most efficient way to achieve forward growth for a 14 year old. Pictures are included.

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Posted : 01/11/2021 7:45 pm
Gigachadfromthumbpulling
(@gigachadfromthumbpulling)
Posts: 14
 

You only need one thing, bone smash your chin. Take a hammer and gently tap your chin 100 times per day for a year and you will fix your chin which is not recessed, just miniscule and tiny and effeminate 

 

Your maxilla is insane btw mirin genetics

 
Posted : 30/12/2021 5:44 pm
Gigachadfromthumbpulling
(@gigachadfromthumbpulling)
Posts: 14
 

Then once you do this run fake drill rapper game tbh just pretend to be comethazine 

 
Posted : 30/12/2021 5:45 pm
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(@sheeesh)
Posts: 24
 

Judging from your second picture it looks like your may have an overbite which may be caused by you keeping our tongue in between the occlusal surfaces of your teeth.

As for the vacuum on your teeth I believe there is supposed to be some light negative pressure in your mouth so the vacuum sucking against your teeth should be normal provided the vacuum is not too strong.

 
Posted : 27/03/2022 3:07 am

THE GREAT WORK