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zosogg RE: What's the best appliance to help achieve an ideal maxilla?  

By zosogg, 5 mins  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @FutureModel It certainly helps, no one would dispute that. However, it doesn't mean you can't be successful without model looks. Well, if you want to be a literal model, then yes you have to look lik...
FutureModel RE: What's the best appliance to help achieve an ideal maxilla?  

By FutureModel, 49 mins  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I respect your opinion, however, looks are very important in terms of what you career choice is. For example, if you want to be a model, actor, or singer looks are very important and determine how far...
zosogg RE: different tmj therapies, tongue posture importance?  

By zosogg, 1 hour  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I think the best approach to helping tmj is just proper oral and body posture, i.e. mewing. Chin tucked, head back, posterior third on soft palate spread out laterally to touch the back molars, teeth ...
Sclera RE: Tongue Strengthening Routine?  

By Sclera, 1 hour  ago

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  Google or search on youtube for myofunctional therapy, tongue exercises -- there are so many tongue strengthening exercises it's difficult to list here. I've been slowly working on a descriptive list ...
Sclera RE: Need help with fixing structure and facial development!  

By Sclera, 1 hour  ago

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  Hi there, @kaseyhinkle! A lot of things happening in the real world, so I'll respond as best I can! I did not have any kind of palate expansion, but I did have a retainer, which I stopped using out of...
therose RE: Wil widening the dental archs/maxilla widen the skull?  

By therose, 3 hours  ago

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  In my experience, no. I've had ALFs for two years. Good expansion (28 mm to ~38 mm last I measured) and nothing else has visibly moved besides my arches. I'm 35 though, could be different for someone ...
therose RE: Observations of widespread excellent facial development in Lyon, France  

By therose, 3 hours  ago

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  I recently spent some time around people from the Netherlands and northern Germany and I thought they had craniofacial development far better than the average American.  Interesting that you mention d...
TGW RE: Fixed Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance (FAGGA) - Holy Grail? Gonial angle change, maxilla movement forwards and palate widening. Without surgery.  

By TGW, 3 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Another FAGGA example   Attachment: FB_IMG_1537649232434.jpg
kasey RE: Bite/smile opinions, tongue tie and other therapies.  

By kasey, 4 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  On that ALF site it seems they say it adds up to about 12k with everything.. no idea though. I just had $400 xrays for tmj and only $54 of it went towards the out of network deductible? I can’t imagin...
test151515 RE: It looks like Dr. Mike Mew is backtracking  

By test151515, 4 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I do not think he is backtracking, but he is now seemingly putting more emphasis on things that the common masses might find more appealing. I think it is unfortunate though. I think the best way to r...
pleasehelpme RE: Maxillary Hypoplasia caused by ortho + wisdom teeth removal TORONTO  

By pleasehelpme, 4 hours  ago

Case Discussions
  Do you think forwards expansion is the way to reverse extraction orthodontics? I can’t find any “correct” method available online.
pleasehelpme RE: Maxillary Hypoplasia caused by ortho + wisdom teeth removal TORONTO  

By pleasehelpme, 4 hours  ago

Case Discussions
  @sugr1 thanks so much. That’s really relieving. I believed my teeth were pushed so far back that my mandible had been pushed as far, and that forwards mandible position is the position that gives me t...
Abdulrahman RE: Observations of widespread excellent facial development in Lyon, France  

By Abdulrahman, 4 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Very interesting observations. You covered their facial form quite well but what about their teeth. Did you notice any crowding on some of the people you observed with good facial form? The reason I a...
kasey RE: Need help with fixing structure and facial development!  

By kasey, 5 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Hi Sclera. Did you have a rapid palate expander when you had ortho, retainers? Do you feel your bite may be off in any way or with cranial distortions? I don’t get notified when I get a reply on here ...
rogerramjet RE: What's the best appliance to help achieve an ideal maxilla?  

By rogerramjet, 5 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: FutureModel ...but it's not turning people into models which is exactly what I want... Without trying to be unkind and having read a number of your posts, I think you're in the wrong foru...
Progress RE: Observations of widespread excellent facial development in Lyon, France  

By Progress, 5 hours  ago

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  Interesting observations, thanks for sharing.   @eddiemoney Of course everything about the face will affect the way the face is perceived. You can't pick out single qualities and decide "this affects ...
Abdulrahman RE: It looks like Dr. Mike Mew is backtracking  

By Abdulrahman, 7 hours  ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: Dominik At any rate its working for me, Ima keep doing it for the rest of my life. Dr. Mew said nothing new here. It's not what he said, it's what he did not say and more importantly how ...
Dominik RE: It looks like Dr. Mike Mew is backtracking  

By Dominik, 7 hours  ago

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  Posted by: Couda I dont see any change. He just sums it up and says that there are many things that can be improved and that the inner u(caused by the tongue effect) must be worked on more than the o...
SUGR1 RE: Maxillary Hypoplasia caused by ortho + wisdom teeth removal TORONTO  

By SUGR1, 10 hours  ago

Case Discussions
  Your new photo shows you may not need as much forward growth as you think. Your symptoms are very typical of tmj compression post retraction orthodontics.  May I suggest before you have made a decisio...
Apollo RE: Maxillary Hypoplasia caused by ortho + wisdom teeth removal TORONTO  

By Apollo, 11 hours  ago

Case Discussions
  Posted by: pleasehelpme @apollo Thanks for your advice. Do you need forward expansion due to orthodontic extractions as well? What kind of AGGA cases have you seen?  I've had my wisdom teeth extract...
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