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Teeth tilt inward instead of outward

Pajomas
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I've noticed my teeth tilt inward slightly. Mostly just my incisors but it annoys me because from the side view it looks off. How would I go about tilting my teeth outwards more? I've heard the ideal tilt is when the incisors are parallel with your forehead. 

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Topic starter Posted : 16/03/2020 6:28 pm
EddieMoney
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Posted by: @pajomas

I've noticed my teeth tilt inward slightly. Mostly just my incisors but it annoys me because from the side view it looks off. How would I go about tilting my teeth outwards more? I've heard the ideal tilt is when the incisors are parallel with your forehead. 

Parallel with the forehead? Where did you get this info?

As your palate expands your incisors can slowly minimize their retrocline. It depends what device you use or how your tongue sits in the palate.

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Posted : 16/03/2020 6:52 pm
auxiliary
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I think the proper teeth position is outward on the upper teeth and inward on the lower teeth, it all depends on your chewing pattern.

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Posted : 22/03/2020 9:39 pm
LACHRIS
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Do  you suck on your teeth?

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Posted : 27/03/2020 1:11 am