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Would pressing forward on the root of the lower incisors correct an overbite?  

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UwU
 UwU
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Or would it recess the mandible even further?

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Posted : 29/12/2019 8:12 pm
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EddieMoney
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Are you Class 2 Div 2 or Div 1?

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Posted : 29/12/2019 10:33 pm
UwU
 UwU
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@eddiemoney

Div 1

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Posted : 30/12/2019 6:46 am
EddieMoney
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@eddiemoney

Div 1

Your intercanine distance needs to improve as well as your lip seal. Once those things improve your palate will evenly widen which will allow your chin to project normally. 

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Posted : 30/12/2019 10:46 am
printfactory
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@eddiemoney 

the reason you are saying the intercanine distance needs to improve is so that the mandible can come forward, is that correct?

Doesn´t that change how the molars bite together then?

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Posted : 30/12/2019 2:19 pm
EddieMoney
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Posted by: @printfactory

@eddiemoney 

the reason you are saying the intercanine distance needs to improve is so that the mandible can come forward, is that correct?

Doesn´t that change how the molars bite together then?

It does. But the molars would line up ideally since in Class 2 they don't come together properly as it is (the mandible molars are too far back)

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Posted : 30/12/2019 6:08 pm
UwU
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@eddiemoney

Thank you! And what about div 2?

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