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Is this the PROOF that chewing move bones?
I had an extraction on my right molar. So I always chewed left!
As you can see, my left side is much widee, more defined, higher cheekbone, better under eye support, better brow support, significant longer ramus...
Is this the proof that chewing can move bones?
I always chewed left since 16.
I have an midline deviation to the left...
do you think chewing with right side will balance this out?
I am so happy that I found this!
Yessss, larger muscles = larger and more developed bones.
It's kind of hard to see with the pictures, due to changes in lighting etc.
It's probably down to a combination of chewing and loss of bone from where the tooth has been removed. I have two molars removed (top and bottom) on my right side, and it has subsequently made my face more asymmetrical. I had them removed like 10 years ago, I wish they never had to be taken out, but here we are.
Why make photos with that much different angles? On one picture your ear is almost not showing, on the other it's clearly showing.