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Teeth together or apart?  

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 adcr
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Ive been keeping my teeth together when I’m at a resting position. Is it better to keep the teeth apart or together at rest would you guys say?

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Posted : 06/12/2018 8:45 pm
Fred
 Fred
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Together, it requires a little conscious effort, but it's VITAL for your mewing success and progress. Here is why, your upper teeth will not connect with your lower teeth, because your upper teeth will have a greater arch. You'll have to something called a "butter fly touch" I think it's called, which is keeping your teeth lightly together and to the point were your teeth are nestled in as far as they're able to and when doing that you're putting this gentle, delicate force onto your teeth to keep your bite closed.

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Posted : 06/12/2018 8:57 pm
paradise
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Posted by: Fred

Together, it requires a little conscious effort, but it's VITAL for your mewing success and progress. Here is why, your upper teeth will not connect with your lower teeth, because your upper teeth will have a greater arch. You'll have to something called a "butter fly touch" I think it's called, which is keeping your teeth lightly together and to the point were your teeth are nestled in as far as they're able to and when doing that you're putting this gentle, delicate force onto your teeth to keep your bite closed.

Debatable. I think Mike Mew mentioned having them slightly apart.

 

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Posted : 06/12/2018 9:40 pm EddieMoney liked
Fred
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@paradise I have heard of case where the upper teeth had a greater arch than the lower teeth, it's possible maybe even probable that this would cause that. Can you show me where Mike Mew said that? I might be wrong.

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Posted : 06/12/2018 9:44 pm
EddieMoney
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Nobody knows to this day

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Posted : 06/12/2018 11:02 pm
Fred
 Fred
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I think my theory is more plausible

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Posted : 06/12/2018 11:06 pm
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As you undergo correction in the near future, please consider keeping records for your own sake and for others. Pictures of dental impressions, scans, medical reports reports can be very helpful even with all personally identifying information blocked out.

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