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Tips for class III malocclusion

dupreeh
Active Member

I see almost everyone has a class II bite which seems to be more popular than class III. I have a mild case and was wondering if i should do anything different besides correct oral posture

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Topic starter Posted : 20/11/2018 10:37 am
NeverGiveup
Active Member

It seems to work very well only with tongue posture and maybe palate expander for class III malocclusion.

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Posted : 20/11/2018 2:27 pm
dupreeh
Active Member

my palate is 40 mm which i believe is wide enough? Besides i can't find any palate expanders in where i live. I wanna go for orthodontic treatment but they'll recess my lower jaw further back which i certainly don't want. I just want my 30 teeth (wisdoms not erupted in upper jaw yet) to be in perfect bite naturally, literally all i want; dont care about aesthetics at all. 

On a side note i must add as a kid i used to get frequent colds which i'm sure was the cause of low tongue posture for me. I was breast-fed for 2.5 years, we also have very tough foods in here so if malocclusion isnt genetic then for sure my frequent cold's as a kid are the reason i have class 3 malocclusion today. Fortunately my lips almost always were sealed and i've been a nasal breather for my whole life

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Topic starter Posted : 23/11/2018 9:43 am