The Great Work Community Chat
Only logged in users are allowed to enter the chat

Recent Posts
 
Share:

Recent Posts
Forums  |  Topics  |     

Page 1 / 7
  Post Title Forum
facegettingworseandworse Suction does not rotate the maxilla imo  

By facegettingworseandworse, 2 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  If the tongue tip is for pushing and the back third is for suction, how would that maintain a balanced maxilla angle? It makes no sense to me. It makes more sense that the posterior third is supposed ...
facegettingworseandworse RE: Male vs Female- Who has the most counter clockwise maxilla?  

By facegettingworseandworse, 4 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  bumping to see if this gets any more replies will suction of the back third cause the molars to go up or down? It feels like pressure on the front palete causes upper incisors to go down not up. Paleo...
RamonT RE: 2 year update  

By RamonT, 7 hours ago

Adult Case Discussions
  @gubbbb, Do you feel poppings and pulsating/vibrating movements while mewing? do you hard mew or active mew?. I ask because I'm 55 and I'm constantly getting them, through my whole head and neck, I ...
RamonT RE: I'm not sure if mewing works anymore  

By RamonT, 11 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @daltira That’s because nobody knows wat the fuck is actually going’s on. Forwards growth is achieved by teeth contact. NOT tongue. You need to stand in a chin tuck posture at all times a...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 15 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I’ve reproduced my ”before”-pictures, taken with a DSLR by using identical settings and carefully positioning my head the same way in the frame by using a remote shooting application and an overlay vi...
EddieMoney RE: I'm not sure if mewing works anymore  

By EddieMoney, 16 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @daltira That’s because nobody knows wat the fuck is actually going’s on. Forwards growth is achieved by teeth contact. NOT tongue. You need to stand in a chin tuck posture at all times a...
EddieMoney RE: Deep bite  

By EddieMoney, 16 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @zenchy I have a deep bite, there are no myofunctional therapists, orthotropic therapists or even myobrace distributors in my area. I do not want to get braces as they hinder facial growth...
EddieMoney RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By EddieMoney, 16 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @noises Posted by: @eddiemoney Regarding the Forehead, forehead form can't be changed once proper neck position is assumed. The left convex profile looks like a female due to the forehe...
Soulrack Observation on suction hold  

By Soulrack, 19 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Dr. Mike Mew recommends using an intraoral vacuum to hold the tongue against the palate which is done by swallowing and getting the tongue to stick to the roof. I have observed recently that doing so ...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 22 hours ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @eddiemoney Regarding the Forehead, forehead form can't be changed once proper neck position is assumed. The left convex profile looks like a female due to the forehead shape. But that in ...
spidey RE: LA people! Have you had any experience with Dr Hang at Face Focused?  

By spidey, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Hi there. I have met with Dr. Hang for a consultation. I had a bunch of measurements done and before photos taken. His attitude is that he can not do much for adults in terms of changing appearance, b...
EddieMoney RE: Male vs Female- Who has the most counter clockwise maxilla?  

By EddieMoney, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I have never seen any consistent tendency. Women have overbites (CW rotation) as often as men do. But as was said by @Captain Horatio Hornblower a forward maxilla is more feminine since women's faces ...
vividmind LA people! Have you had any experience with Dr Hang at Face Focused?  

By vividmind, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Am considering setting up an appointment with him and would like to hear if anyone has had any experience at his clinic.
MewCultist RE: Nasal Airway Blockage While Mewing  

By MewCultist, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @horatio Yikes, I'll keep at it then and hopefully by a year it's cleared up. Though could you elaborate a little more? Was your airway well enough to begin with to where you could do it properly whil...
vividmind RE: 28 year old reversing extraction orthodontics  

By vividmind, 1 day ago

Adult Case Discussions
  Very cool mewology! I am considering reversing extraction orthodontics. I've had 7 teeth pulled (ouch!) and ever since I had 5 teeth pulled in the past two years my face has not been the same. Glad to...
facegettingworseandworse RE: Male vs Female- Who has the most counter clockwise maxilla?  

By facegettingworseandworse, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @horatio Thanks for bringing that up. My understanding is that forward maxilla are more clockwise rotated. So that would line up with what I said in the OP Might be wrong, but I think men naturally h...
Captain Horatio Hornblower RE: Male vs Female- Who has the most counter clockwise maxilla?  

By Captain Horatio Hornblower, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  A very forward grown maxilla is actually a feminine trait and also more ideal in women. Men have longer lower thirds due to larger jaw size and teeth. Funny , the other day I was also thinking about t...
Captain Horatio Hornblower RE: Is there such a thing as a phenotypically long midface?  

By Captain Horatio Hornblower, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @eddiemoney Yes, I see your point. That's probably why someone like George Clooney is never mistaken for a Southern European despite his dark colouring. He has a short nose and a long philtrum, typica...
EddieMoney RE: Is there such a thing as a phenotypically long midface?  

By EddieMoney, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @horatio @eddiemoney On average, correct, but it's kind of a common belief that Caucasians have a longer nose the further south you go. The stereotypical nordic has hooded light eyes, a st...
facegettingworseandworse Male vs Female- Who has the most counter clockwise maxilla?  

By facegettingworseandworse, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  If a counterclockwise maxilla rotation increases lower facial hight on a man, does this mean that men naturally have more counterclockwise maxillas? Progress mentioned that tilting the head up slight...
Captain Horatio Hornblower RE: Is there such a thing as a phenotypically long midface?  

By Captain Horatio Hornblower, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @eddiemoney On average, correct, but it's kind of a common belief that Caucasians have a longer nose the further south you go. The stereotypical nordic has hooded light eyes, a strong chin, thin lips ...
dezertfox27 List of MSE providers?  

By dezertfox27, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Does anyone know of MSE providers in Dallas or Texas in general? I can't find any on google. Please let me know if you know of any. Thanks!
sinned Interesting video of cat born without ability to retract it's tongue  

By sinned, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  You can see something's off about the cat's face, it's lacking eye support and looks recessed.
EddieMoney RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By EddieMoney, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @noises I updated the OP a bit. @EddieMoney You know, that got me thinking. Check this out, what if concave profiles (certain ones anyway) are the result of the tongue pulling too much in ...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  See how the vomer bone is shaped antagonistically to the CCW torque I proposed. This bone will prevent excessive rotation of both the neurocranium and maxilla, as well as fulfill a stabilizing role wh...
EddieMoney RE: Is there such a thing as a phenotypically long midface?  

By EddieMoney, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  African face: vertically short maxilla, shorter midface (eyes spaced further, nose shorter), face narrow and hyperdivergent (tendency to more open bite) European face: vertically short maxilla, longer...
Captain Horatio Hornblower Is there such a thing as a phenotypically long midface?  

By Captain Horatio Hornblower, 1 day ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I would say my worst feature is my vertically long nose , I doubt mewing can save me but I was wondering if it was in my genes to develop a long midface or if it was CFD. Every sibling of my mother ei...
gewgerg RE: 5 Months Of Mewing Before and After pics  

By gewgerg, 2 days ago

Youth Case Discussions
  chin shortening is all I see
gewgerg Mandible not moving - any thoughts? Is it even possible?  

By gewgerg, 2 days ago

Youth Case Discussions
  I'm 16 y/o and have been mewing for 1 year (approx). I've seen good cheekbone increase (noticeable to the point where people comment) but the mandible hasn't shifted 1mm. My ramus is too short and I c...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I updated the OP a bit. @EddieMoney You know, that got me thinking. Check this out, what if concave profiles (certain ones anyway) are the result of the tongue pulling too much in relation to the ante...
Captain Horatio Hornblower RE: Nasal Airway Blockage While Mewing  

By Captain Horatio Hornblower, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  It took me almost one year of mewing to completely liberate my nasal airways. I know because I used to meditate from time to time and I remember being surprised at how my nose felt blocked despite mew...
MewCultist Nasal Airway Blockage While Mewing  

By MewCultist, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I recently learned that when mewing, I've been failing to raise the root of the tongue and instead was only keeping the middle and tip portions pressed up. This is mostly because as my basis I was usi...
captainT Canted smile or just recessed?  

By captainT, 2 days ago

Adult Case Discussions
  Tl;dr - Poor posture all of life, mild scoliosis, head leaning, one side of face blown out (my right) and the other droopy (my left) ((as per Progress' post on scoliosis.)) - Doing a bunch of youtube ...
Sean2019 RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By Sean2019, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Why should teeth be in light contact instead of hard or moderate contact? What are the actual dangers of clenching, aside from cracking or bone loss? The periodontal membrane is 1/8mm thick. Typical r...
Zenchy Deep bite  

By Zenchy, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I have a deep bite, there are no myofunctional therapists, orthotropic therapists or even myobrace distributors in my area. I do not want to get braces as they hinder facial growth and can further rec...
Apollo RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By Apollo, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  In addition to my own question posted above, here are the submissions from others that I was most interested in from the previous unanswered Q&A ( ). Posted by: @Progress Many adults seem to ha...
AliMew RE: Do chisell, jawliner and jawzrsize work?  

By AliMew, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @alimew Does anyone know any Chinese replicas of them? They feel waaaaay to expensive for what they are. Bump, are there no replicas at all?
ShaktiOm RE: Top palate expander  

By ShaktiOm, 2 days ago

Adult Case Discussions
  @johncoolj From what I've heard and read, the bottom automatically expands as the top palate expands. So only a top palate expander is needed.
ShaktiOm RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By ShaktiOm, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  How long should a child be breast-fed? What kind of food do you suggest first introducing to a baby/toddler to encourage proper swallow function? What age? How old should a child be before you teach t...
Apollo RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By Apollo, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Since Dr. Mew never responded to the last round of questions, you might want to select some of the best submissions from this thread: I'd especially like to resubmit this question, which I'm still cu...
EddieMoney RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By EddieMoney, 2 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @noises Oh I think I slightly misunderstood your post but still made relevant points since the premise is so simple. The way this lever system pulls the skull into tensile equilibrium shou...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Oh I think I slightly misunderstood your post but still made relevant points since the premise is so simple. The way this lever system pulls the skull into tensile equilibrium should be applicable to ...
Pame RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By Pame, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @printfactory John Mew mentioned a case where a group of children who had a tonsillectomy as a result learnt to keep their mouths shut and breathe nasally. This caused their jaws to move forward 10mm ...
Pame RE: What the consensus about that?  

By Pame, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @EddieMoney Have you been unable to correct your forward head posture? Or is it a work in progress? Also, how does correcting head posture lead to clockwise rotation?
EddieMoney RE: What the consensus about that?  

By EddieMoney, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  I didn't experience CCW rotation myself as I am a Class 3 case. Flat occlusal plane, sunken midface, and narrow palate. My case requires initial clockwise rotation (fix forward head posture), followed...
EddieMoney RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By EddieMoney, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Posted by: @noises The neurocranium doesn't necessarily change much, the idea is that in a properly developed skull this tension is at an equilibrium and nothing moves. If the neurocranium is in a go...
Saiyan RE: Top palate expander  

By Saiyan, 3 days ago

Adult Case Discussions
  No you would have to expand both top and bottom with an appliance. Bite can be off if you don’t match the expansion.
Saiyan RE: Top palate expander  

By Saiyan, 3 days ago

Adult Case Discussions
  No you would have to expand both top and bottom with an appliance. Bite can be off if you don’t match the expansion.
printfactory RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By printfactory, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Happy to see another Q&A is happening. I wish we had more professionals (possibly anonymously if they are afraid of their reputation) engaging more actively in the discussions in this forum. He...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  The neurocranium doesn't necessarily change much, the idea is that in a properly developed skull this tension is at an equilibrium and nothing moves. If the neurocranium is in a good position/shape, t...
facegettingworseandworse RE: What the consensus about that?  

By facegettingworseandworse, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  @eddiemoney Regarding the progress you have made, I assume your ogee curve is better with your counter clockwise maxilla rotation? Wider and more forward and/or illusion of being more forward due to i...
Silberman RE: 28 year old reversing extraction orthodontics  

By Silberman, 3 days ago

Adult Case Discussions
  Hello mewology, Thanks for a very interesting post, with an excellent description of the problem / diagnosis initially. Very encouraging what you have achieved. Your experience is similar to a part of...
JawShrunk123 RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By JawShrunk123, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Can I mew with a permanent retainer on upper 4 teeth and lower 6 front teeth and still get results?
EddieMoney RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By EddieMoney, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  The cranium moving this way makes it more hypodivergent. But it will also require a chin tuck in order to rotate the neurocranium.
Goblin_slayer Teeth together when swallowing ? Is this neccesary  

By Goblin_slayer, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Everywhere i look its mentioned teeth should clench when swallowing ? What is the point of this ?For me it feels wrong and weakens the force of swallowing
Zenchy Deep bite  

By Zenchy, 3 days ago

Youth Case Discussions
  I have a deep bite, there are no myofunctional therapists, orthotropic therapists or even myobrace distributors in my area. I do not want to get braces as they hinder facial growth and can further rec...
TGW RE: Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By TGW, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Reddit thread:
TGW Mike and John Mew, New Q&A Bugaloo  

By TGW, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Post below. The good stuff gets sent to Mike/John. I rely on our incredibly knowledgeable and helpful userbase to provide answers to those who post questions that have already been answered. This thre...
noises RE: Tongue posture as a pulling force rather than a pushing one  

By noises, 3 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  To illustrate my point a bit further, here's a video (somewhat NSFW) I've posted before. Check out from about 3:00 onward how the posterior tongue attaches to the visceral cylinder of the esophagus an...
Silberman RE: high meat for bone growth?  

By Silberman, 4 days ago

Main Forum - Correction Methods
  Facegettingworseanworse, As I pointed out to you further up this thread, the woman in the youtube lecture you refer to confirms that our ancestors were carnivores without herself realizing it. This h...
Page 1 / 7

 

 

 

Share:

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.

Your input could help many, many people

Face Development

Please Login or Register