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jungerAdonis RE: 2 years of "mewing" and my intermolar width went from 37mm to 36.1mm  

By jungerAdonis, 42 mins ago

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  I like your biography. Occupation: "professional mewer". Seemed like you were really convinced Mewing helped me a lot, but i am not 30 years old maybe thats why
Le_Fort_or_Bust RE: MSE (Maxillary Skeletal Expander) appliance effects on patients with good bite? Lower jaw?  

By Le_Fort_or_Bust, 1 hour ago

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  Can't you do any of this?
WickedFinger RE: Anatomy of Class 3 dentition (mandible ahead of maxilla)  

By WickedFinger, 2 hours ago

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  Isn't this occlusion a result of keeping the tongue on the lower palate and pushing forward the mandible.
Oatmeal RE: 2 years of "mewing" and my intermolar width went from 37mm to 36.1mm  

By Oatmeal, 3 hours ago

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  to be honest chewing is pretty useless
auxiliary RE: My eye area has definitely changed!  

By auxiliary, 3 hours ago

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  There's definitely change. Changing your face is definitely possible as I've experienced myself, with measurements, not photos.
auxiliary Interesting changes from chewing plus mewing.  

By auxiliary, 3 hours ago

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  I started out at a measured fWHR of 1.75 and currently have a fWHR of 1.92 , all this change in 2 years. From 18 to 20. These changes mostly came from chewing. I've also experienced less nasal blockag...
Le_Fort_or_Bust 2 years of "mewing" and my intermolar width went from 37mm to 36.1mm  

By Le_Fort_or_Bust, 3 hours ago

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  So my palate got more narrow by 1 mm approx. Amazing. This is because I did not wear my plastic retainer on upper teeth and instead thought that "proper head posture" and "mewing" will prevent teeth f...
Le_Fort_or_Bust How to widen mandible after widening Maxilla with MSE?  

By Le_Fort_or_Bust, 4 hours ago

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  If maxilla gets misaligned with width of mandible after MSE palatal widening how to correct the discrepancy? What if your maxilla will be to wide and mandible too narrow?
Progress RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By Progress, 4 hours ago

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  Posted by: @maxiller Once the overbite is set in development it's hard as hell to change it back to its proper form. Where what feels "natural" is just a feedback loop enforcing bad habits. Where p...
PaperBag RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By PaperBag, 8 hours ago

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  Posted by: @eddiemoney Realistically a consistent molar contact is found in many short faced people. But they also have overbites and flat/weak profiles where the teeth in profile are significantly b...
EddieMoney RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By EddieMoney, 14 hours ago

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  Realistically a consistent molar contact is found in many short faced people. But they also have overbites and flat/weak profiles where the teeth in profile are significantly behind the nasion and the...
max iller RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By max iller, 15 hours ago

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  @scerif No Facepulling as I understand it is hooking the edge of a towel behind the back of the last molars at the maxilla, biting down and pulling in the hopes of disarticulating sutures and pulling ...
fbrem Considering DNA appliance, will it fix my issues?  

By fbrem, 16 hours ago

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  I went for an initial consultation to consider a DNA appliance. Im primarily concerned about helping nasal breathing, ive been mouth breathing with bad allergies since I was a kid. I got photos taken ...
scerif RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By scerif, 16 hours ago

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  Posted by: @maxiller Get a flannel or a towel, roll it up, and bite into it with the whole front complex of your dentition, apply as much pressure as youre comfortable with, "chew" it Are you sugges...
ShaktiOm RE: Correcting Scoliosis?  

By ShaktiOm, 16 hours ago

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  @zumy I hear you. I can relate. I just think it's something you have to work through as you become more and more familiar with your body. Developing proper tongue posture and swallow function will hel...
ShaktiOm RE: Mandible recessed. Maxilla rotation.  

By ShaktiOm, 17 hours ago

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  @printfactory Point of correction... I should have said my bite feels more natural when my canines meet. Interestingly, when wearing my myobrace it brings my lower jaw forward, so that my front teeth ...
zumy RE: Correcting Scoliosis?  

By zumy, 17 hours ago

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  @shakti_om Hey, thanks for the help! I’m just a little confused as of how you’re supposed to fix your posture if you still have bodily asymmetry. I find that I can’t make myself straight even if I try...
ShaktiOm RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By ShaktiOm, 17 hours ago

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  Posted by: @progress Posted by: @shakti_om In another thread I was just mentioning that it may be more important to keep the incisors in contact versus the molars. Wouldn't this type of bite activ...
max iller RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By max iller, 17 hours ago

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  Posted by: @progress I suspect John Mew is right when he states that the tongue creates expansion and that teeth contact determines jaw positioning. One would not necessarily more important than the ...
klestom RE: Possibly new "holy grail" for moving the maxilla up and forwards? [MSE + Facemask Therapy]  

By klestom, 18 hours ago

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  @ideasman How has the procedue gone and have you seen any changes? How much expansion did you get and did it help your bite and your aesthetics? I also have a long midface and crooked nose but class 3...
J3tze RE: My eye area has definitely changed!  

By J3tze, 20 hours ago

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  @sooi18 I wouldn't call your face narrow to be honest. Anyway that's nice, I think it looks good. Thanks for posting here and not removing your pictures the next day. It really helps encourage others ...
J3tze RE: More effective strategy for straightening retroclined teeth?  

By J3tze, 20 hours ago

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  What you should do is keep the front teeth in contact so they get pushed forward. Over time the rest of your teeth will follow. You should focus on really keeping the back of your tongue up there and ...
mr-sand-man123 RE: Do I have recessed maxilla? high-arched palate?  

By mr-sand-man123, 22 hours ago

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  Kind of hard to tell from that picture of your mouth, but it definitely looks pretty narrow in there. I'm not as knowledgeable about jaw growth but it doesn't look bad to me. You seem to have decent ...
EddieMoney RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By EddieMoney, 23 hours ago

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  How can a Class 3 bite touch the molars? My wisdom teeth literally can't touch each other.
noises RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By noises, 1 day ago

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  Wouldn’t tongue posture give upswinging leverage to both of these patterns? Conversely in the absence of tongue posture, the temporal pattern would retract the jaws regardless of tooth contact. Just m...
klestom RE: Possibly new "holy grail" for moving the maxilla up and forwards? [MSE + Facemask Therapy]  

By klestom, 1 day ago

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  @ideasman About 5:20 in this video It was Won Moon telling Dr Newaz to be correct.
Progress RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By Progress, 1 day ago

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  Posted by: @paperbag @Progress With an abundance of people (men, especially) who have proper facial development and yet have unimpressive dental arches, would you say this temporal activation could b...
aphoria Do I have recessed maxilla? high-arched palate?  

By aphoria, 1 day ago

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  Could you characterize my maxilla/mandible? How can orthodontics improve my maxilla/high-arched palate/mandible? I am planning to get braces, but perhaps I would benefit also from palate extender? I a...
PaperBag RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By PaperBag, 2 days ago

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  @Progress With an abundance of people (men, especially) who have proper facial development and yet have unimpressive dental arches, would you say this temporal activation could be more important than ...
max iller RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By max iller, 2 days ago

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  From my personal observations with myself, temporalis activation seems to be linked with my mandibles position in the skull. My jaw is quite set back and results in a very active and strong temporalis...
captainT RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By captainT, 2 days ago

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  It wasn't a very good comparison because I could get the persepctive shift right. Here's what appears to look like the mid face shortening but what I think is simply a rotation on a z-axis consisten...
ideasman RE: Possibly new "holy grail" for moving the maxilla up and forwards? [MSE + Facemask Therapy]  

By ideasman, 2 days ago

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  @klestom When did Ronald Ead talk about Won Moon telling him this? I was under the impression one shouldn't pull too hard, 1.5kg being the upper limit. Do you have the link to where Ronald Ead said th...
scerif RE: More effective strategy for straightening retroclined teeth?  

By scerif, 2 days ago

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  Do you think tilting the upper incisors forward would allow my upper and lower jaw to sit a little further forward?
max iller RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By max iller, 2 days ago

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  @captaint could you post the pics lined up please?
Progress RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By Progress, 2 days ago

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  Posted by: @shakti_om In another thread I was just mentioning that it may be more important to keep the incisors in contact versus the molars. Wouldn't this type of bite activate the temporal pattern...
Progress RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By Progress, 2 days ago

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  Posted by: @qwerty135 Very interesting take. I have a couple of questions I was hoping you could clarify: Great questions. I'll address them one by one: 1. How does this theory account for the redu...
ShaktiOm RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By ShaktiOm, 2 days ago

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  In another thread I was just mentioning that it may be more important to keep the incisors in contact versus the molars. Wouldn't this type of bite activate the temporal pattern more? For me, a stron...
qwerty135 RE: Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By qwerty135, 2 days ago

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  Very interesting take. I have a couple of questions I was hoping you could clarify: 1. How does this theory account for the reduced dental arch length (lack of space for wisdom teeth) that we observe ...
Progress Jaws: Masseter pattern vs Temporal pattern  

By Progress, 2 days ago

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  This post is an extension to a question I have been asking for some years now: how to properly close the jaws? There is going to be quite a lot of information and I'm not sure of my ability to present...
ShaktiOm RE: Mandible recessed. Maxilla rotation.  

By ShaktiOm, 2 days ago

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  These two videos show proper healthy growth of the skull and face versus improper growth. The improper growth shown in the second video shows why most people do not have proper contact with their fr...
printfactory RE: Mandible recessed. Maxilla rotation.  

By printfactory, 2 days ago

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  I think I have a similar issue, my molars are much higher than my front teeth, and in my resting/chewing position only my molars touch and the incisors and canines don´t. Starting to think molar conta...
EddieMoney RE: Anatomy of Class 3 dentition (mandible ahead of maxilla)  

By EddieMoney, 3 days ago

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  Your condylar position was probably habitually far back, so your upper and lower incisors adjusted. This is why you are a Class 3 overbite. This one gets ignored
captainT RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By captainT, 3 days ago

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  Meh. Just lined them up to scale and there's absolutely no difference other than jaw placement. More camera fu.ckery
mr-sand-man123 RE: How to find DNA Appliance practioners?  

By mr-sand-man123, 3 days ago

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  @juliogomas You can check the Vivos Life website to see where the doctors are that provide it. Your dentist won’t be able to provide it unless they are actually affiliated with Vivos and have taken th...
ShaktiOm RE: Correcting Scoliosis?  

By ShaktiOm, 3 days ago

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  I am far from an expert on scoliosis, and I don't have a source for this, but I say that the entire body is connected with soft tissue, so theoretically expanding your jaw, along with fixing the asymm...
gewgerg RE: More effective strategy for straightening retroclined teeth?  

By gewgerg, 3 days ago

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  you need to pull your back molars down I recommend suction holding, avoiding hard mewing and chin tucking
Progress RE: Anatomy of Class 3 dentition (mandible ahead of maxilla)  

By Progress, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @eddiemoney Posted by: @progress Posted by: @eddiemoney Posted by: @progress Hmm... My lower molars are ahead the upper ones as if I had Class III, but overall my occlusion is Cla...
Yusu RE: Is my maxilla recessed?  

By Yusu, 3 days ago

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  I think it looks so bcs of my nose but manx people said I have forwarth growth and measurements were all okay (40mm)
Oatmeal RE: Is my maxilla recessed?  

By Oatmeal, 3 days ago

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  I think you have forward head posture, and yes your maxilla looks recessed. Although, it doesn't seem severe.
Oatmeal RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By Oatmeal, 3 days ago

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  midface shortened and jaw seems less downward, but it could be the way the before is angled.
zumy RE: Correcting Scoliosis?  

By zumy, 3 days ago

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  Anyone?
Yusu RE: Is my maxilla recessed?  

By Yusu, 3 days ago

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  Attachment: Snapchat-74029569.jpg Can you see here some recessmend?
Oatmeal RE: Is my maxilla recessed?  

By Oatmeal, 3 days ago

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  likely so, since you have black circles.
juliogomas RE: How to find DNA Appliance practioners?  

By juliogomas, 3 days ago

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  I do live in Spain and I have no idea about how could i get a DNA Appliance treatment. Can anyone help me? Could I ask my personal dentist for it??
Yusu Is my maxilla recessed?  

By Yusu, 3 days ago

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  Attachment: Snapchat-974721854.mp4
Silberman RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By Silberman, 3 days ago

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  On this tread. Left is after.
EddieMoney RE: Anatomy of Class 3 dentition (mandible ahead of maxilla)  

By EddieMoney, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @progress Posted by: @eddiemoney Posted by: @progress Hmm... My lower molars are ahead the upper ones as if I had Class III, but overall my occlusion is Class II div 2, with deep bit...
Progress RE: Mewing and Buteyko CP  

By Progress, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @uwu And Frolov believed that this is because humams are polluting the planet, (so it might have something to do with global warming?) Interestingly, at the moment, O2 levels are dropping...
Kyte RE: Mewing change X-rays  

By Kyte, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @ayla-mao Left is before, right is after. What? On lookmax the pics' position is inverted . So he says that left (right, in the original post) is the after, the one with more protrusio...
UwU RE: Mewing and Buteyko CP  

By UwU, 3 days ago

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  @silver Probably it's a combination of our lifestyles and our environment.I think it's more environmen than lifestyle. Buteyko said that there's not enough carbon dioxide in the air (0.03% instead of ...
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