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Doomsiren RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By Doomsiren, 37 mins ago

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  @auxiliarus I'll post results as soon as. My face tends to change really fast.
mr.mewing RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By mr.mewing, 1 hour ago

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  One thing i notice with people that go bald at a young age in my town is that they all have a sloped forehead Attachment:sloped forehead.jpg
auxiliary RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By auxiliary, 1 hour ago

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  Posted by: @doomsiren @auxiliarus Alright thanks for your information. Will try putting a little force on the papilla. So how did you let your palate come down and even out? Mine comes down eventuall...
Doomsiren RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By Doomsiren, 2 hours ago

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  @auxiliarus Alright thanks for your information. Will try putting a little force on the papilla. So how did you let your palate come down and even out? Mine comes down eventually after resting my tong...
auxiliary RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By auxiliary, 3 hours ago

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  Posted by: @doomsiren @auxiliarus Forgive me my ignorance but what papilla do you mean? When I google papilla there are several parts of the tongue asociated with the papilla name. Do you mean the in...
Doomsiren RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By Doomsiren, 3 hours ago

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  @auxiliarus Forgive me my ignorance but what papilla do you mean? When I google papilla there are several parts of the tongue asociated with the papilla name. Do you mean the incisive papilla?
auxiliary RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By auxiliary, 4 hours ago

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  Posted by: @doomsiren I kind of concur with this story about the palate being to high in relation to the teeth. I wrote a post about my hard mewing experience and how it impacted my face. When I am m...
Doomsiren RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don't make this mistake.  

By Doomsiren, 6 hours ago

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  I kind of concur with this story about the palate being to high in relation to the teeth. I wrote a post about my hard mewing experience and how it impacted my face. When I am mewing there will eventu...
Mitchcahh MEWING WITH A MIDLINE SHIFT/DISCREPANCY  

By Mitchcahh, 12 hours ago

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  Well, I’m back, I wrote on here a while ago, asking about the effects of mewing with a midline discrepancy, I reached out to a great person called Ronald Ead, and asked him about this. He said that it...
sinned RE: Which is proper mewing? [see images]  

By sinned, 13 hours ago

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  Number 2 is the correct mewing technique, you SHOULD be able to breathe, otherwise mewing would be impossible. The reason why you can't breathe with number 1 is because in a swallow the hyoid comes up...
violetgrey6 Which is proper mewing? [see images]  

By violetgrey6, 15 hours ago

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  1) Doing a full swallow and holding the swallow at its very highest point. In this position I cannot breathe and it intuitively feels excessive. See picture (slightly tighter skin than method 2): Att...
WickedFinger RE: Sternum and clavicle posture  

By WickedFinger, 15 hours ago

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  @adam I didn't mean chin tuck though, i meant raising the sternum closer to the chin.
lemonvic RE: How to use expander  

By lemonvic, 20 hours ago

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  @mac Thanks a lot, that's very helpful. I probably will have to wear it as much as possible too.
auxiliary RE: Tongue tip position, where on the papilla?  

By auxiliary, 21 hours ago

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  Feel like that's something each has to find out for himself.
Robbie343 RE: Robbie343 case (class 2 div 2) 32 years old  

By Robbie343, 21 hours ago

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  So I got my lab results back and I tested “reactive” to 2 bands out of 9 which shows I’ve been exposed to Lyme at one point in my life. Mold allegin came back negative. Ill have my Tmj MRI back soon....
nek23 RE: Yet another study in support of hard mewing  

By nek23, 1 day ago

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  then it's also supports bonesmashing.
auxiliary RE: Yet another study in support of hard mewing  

By auxiliary, 1 day ago

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  The study is on bone strength not re-modelling. We already knew high-intensity makes bone stronger and thicker, but you don't want a thick maxilla.
NoctilucentNikki RE: My story- 20 years of TMJD and MSE at 35  

By NoctilucentNikki, 1 day ago

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  @amimm Hello! I am doing great actually. I am on week 23 I think of Invisalign and looking good. I did not miss any aligners because of Covid. However, I still have my MSE in. It's been in since July ...
Rhoste RE: My story- 20 years of TMJD and MSE at 35  

By Rhoste, 1 day ago

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  @canuker Hi Brian! just saw this today.... I was signed up to take Dr. Won Moon course in Atlanta, and Covid happened. Currently I am considering focusing on Sleep and TMD only, and refer ortho. I ha...
AmiMM RE: My story- 20 years of TMJD and MSE at 35  

By AmiMM, 1 day ago

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  @noctilucentnikki Hi Nikki, Wondering how your treatment is going now? Still pending with covid?
Apollo RE: Apollo’s Accountability Record  

By Apollo, 1 day ago

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  I want to improve my diaphragmatic breathing. Stomach vacuums work the transverse abdominis muscle, but I thought they might also help me consciously control my diaphragm, so I've tried them for the p...
krollic RE: Yet another study in support of hard mewing  

By krollic, 1 day ago

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  based
violetgrey6 Sleeping with asymmetry  

By violetgrey6, 1 day ago

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  If I have left side asymmetry, should I sleep on my right side? Also if I have an under developed masseter muscle on one side, should I chew on the weaker side?
Adam RE: Sternum and clavicle posture  

By Adam, 1 day ago

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  I dont think we are overlooking it. It pretty common knowledge that one has to chin tuck and get in proper body position to get all the mewing benefits.
TGW RE: DNA/VIVOS Sydney Practitioners  

By TGW, 2 days ago

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  This was caught by our spam filter, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. You would be surprised how many "professional dental clinics" seem to be promoting themselves with spam bots targeting f...
mac RE: How to use expander  

By mac, 2 days ago

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  4 turns = 1 mm look at the holes on the metal round part that turns/widens the expander, there should be 4 of them, each turn of one of those holes equal 1/4 mm How much you should wear it depe...
Justneedtoseethediagrams Tongue tip position, where on the papilla?  

By Justneedtoseethediagrams, 2 days ago

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  I've been mewing for the past year, and during that time I kept my tongue tip at the middle of my rugae. As a result, my midface has gone up, but the lower(cartilage) part of my nose is tilted down at...
lemonvic How to use expander  

By lemonvic, 2 days ago

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  I finally received my Y plate expander, but is there a guide anywhere on how to use it? I've looked and see that the consensus seems to be 1 mm per week, but how many turns with the key is that? There...
Michael_101 RE: Midface went forward, Mandible?  

By Michael_101, 2 days ago

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  @azrael I have have palate that got expanded now it’s high vaulted but I have enough tongue space. I also have clear retainers. Is it possible to see upswing while still keeping a vaulted palate?
Autokrator RE: Scoliosis correction tips  

By Autokrator, 2 days ago

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  Posted by: @progress Scoliosis tends to make your oral posture efforts uneven, meaning that you are going to have easier time expanding on side of the face than the other. Ultimately how your tongue,...
Mr_Man RE: Breathing improvement  

By Mr_Man, 2 days ago

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  I'm 43; it took about 6 months in my case. My nostrils are wider, especially when looking at the cartilage above them. Not sure if this is a result of skeletal (i.e. nasal cavity) changes or a conti...
WickedFinger Sternum and clavicle posture  

By WickedFinger, 2 days ago

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  Are we overlooking sternum position in relation to the skull? Just the act of bringing the sternum close to the chin, makes it drastically easy to mew.
ayla mao Yet another study in support of hard mewing  

By ayla mao, 2 days ago

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  "The results of this study suggest that the mechanical stress generated during rock climbing is sufficient to stimulate the bone deposition response. The relationship between measures of bone thicknes...
krollic RE: Mewing and palate expansion  

By krollic, 3 days ago

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  do chintucks
ayla mao RE: Teeth size  

By ayla mao, 3 days ago

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  @jawanomics I just measured my brothers and my own intermolar width due to this thread to make a comparison. We both have nearly the same width (his is only about 1 mm wider) and yet he has nearly str...
Basim RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By Basim, 3 days ago

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  Wouldn’t tooth contact of your occlusion starting, over a few years would cause skeletal expansion since chewing and teeth contact your arch combined with the tongue pushing outwards to expand the max...
FalseNegativeSleepStudy RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By FalseNegativeSleepStudy, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @sinned @looksmaxxer There's been studies done on slow expansion, dental expansion causes skeletal expansion as well, even if it's slow. Many expanders touch the inside of the palate as we...
sinned RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By sinned, 3 days ago

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  @looksmaxxer There's been studies done on slow expansion, dental expansion causes skeletal expansion as well, even if it's slow. Many expanders touch the inside of the palate as well, like the biobloc...
looksmaxxer RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By looksmaxxer, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @sinned @looksmaxxer I honestly think the dental vs skeletal dichotomy is false, dental expansion produces skeletal change, I can only think of few cases where it doesn't such as AGGA and ...
mateogon RE: Facepulling idea. Has anyone tried it?  

By mateogon, 3 days ago

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  some updates:this is day 3 and I can feel my masseter sore while eating and temporalis a little sore but mild. Gonna go light for today.
Mr_Man RE: Anyone experience the middle of their forhead pulsating with proper tongue posture?  

By Mr_Man, 3 days ago

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  I actually felt the same tingling/pulsating feeling in the top center of my forehead (right below hairline) when I began mewing/expansion (back in December), on and off for about 3 weeks. I have what...
Apollo RE: [Advice?] Cantedness, asymmetric cheekbones and midline discrepancies  

By Apollo, 3 days ago

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  The right side of my maxilla is farther down and back than the left. On a panoramic x-ray, my right ramus is a little longer than the left. I intuitively chew in a left-to-right rotary pattern. For a ...
Progress RE: [Advice?] Cantedness, asymmetric cheekbones and midline discrepancies  

By Progress, 3 days ago

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  I'm inclined to think it's the other way around: unequal ramus length is the result of a canted occlusal plane, because the ramii are perhaps to most adaptable part of the jawbone. The maxillary cant ...
Azrael RE: [Advice?] Cantedness, asymmetric cheekbones and midline discrepancies  

By Azrael, 3 days ago

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  Posted by: @progress I think it depends on how much of your asymmetry is caused by asymmetric maxillary development vs asymmetric cranial structure, which of course is difficult to figure out without...
noises Peculiar recent sensations upon waking up  

By noises, 3 days ago

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  I thought I’d share something potentially interesting. I’ve experimented with sleeping without a pillow in the past but wasn’t very successful with it, I had trouble falling asleep and would often wak...
aureliusacolyte Mewing and palate expansion  

By aureliusacolyte, 3 days ago

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  Hi all, I started mewing very recently, towards the latter end of march. I feel as though I've already had some effects, but am wondering whether these effects are actually beneficial or even if I'm e...
Adam RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By Adam, 3 days ago

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  I found it: hair part starts from 8. Whole channel is a good content.
Jawanomics RE: Teeth size  

By Jawanomics, 3 days ago

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  Teeth size is so important
EddieMoney RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By EddieMoney, 4 days ago

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  I feel like my skull is an elongated version of Beckham's rounder skull. But our overall shape is similar. Anyway I have theories on how CFD can affect facial hair growth.
moemoe Breathing improvement  

By moemoe, 4 days ago

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  Hello One of the first and most common results people achieve with mewing is an improvement in their breathing. If you experienced this how long did it take for you to notice better breathing? thanks
moemoe RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By moemoe, 4 days ago

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  Posted by: @adam There is a norwegian guy on YT claiming that IF regrown his hair, but he was hardcore mewer also. Do you happen to have the link at hand? thanks
moemoe RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By moemoe, 4 days ago

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  Posted by: @eddiemoney David Beckham has lost a lot of hair Yup, and he's had hair transplant in the past Attachment:image.png
bulkebro RE: Suture split without diastema?  

By bulkebro, 4 days ago

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  Posted by: @progress Posted by: @bulkebro trongest is probably in my nose area where its almost vibrating but it has a nice feel to it. I sound like a madman but that's my experience. Definitely ...
bulkebro RE: Suture split without diastema?  

By bulkebro, 4 days ago

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  Posted by: @apollo I wondered if your median palatine raphe just developed embryologically with that deep groove. A slight indentation there is normal. But if you observe it changing shape in respons...
sinned RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By sinned, 4 days ago

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  @looksmaxxer I honestly think the dental vs skeletal dichotomy is false, dental expansion produces skeletal change, I can only think of few cases where it doesn't such as AGGA and tooth borne rapid ex...
JeanetteG DNA/VIVOS Sydney Practitioners  

By JeanetteG, 4 days ago

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  I had an appointment today with a specialist in Sydney who is working directly with VIVOS/DNA. A lot of people believe there is nobody in Australia that works with this appliance, but I have found one...
Elwynn RE: 36 year old male on medium.com  

By Elwynn, 4 days ago

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  @progress Maybe, but it's possible that he just doesn't know how to promote the course effectively.
looksmaxxer RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By looksmaxxer, 4 days ago

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  Posted by: @sinned Interesting theory, imo mandible follows maxilla from the occlusal forces of chewing and not the from the force of the chewing muscles themselves. The teeth when they meet together...
Basim RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD  

By Basim, 4 days ago

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  I still firmly stand on the fact that genetics still have a massive role on why men have hairloss or not. But Genetics are probably at best maybe 20-30 percent of the cause of hairloss. Since we don'...
sinned RE: Mechanisms Behind Mandibular Expansion Following Maxilla Expansion  

By sinned, 4 days ago

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  Interesting theory, imo mandible follows maxilla from the occlusal forces of chewing and not the from the force of the chewing muscles themselves. The teeth when they meet together always tend towards...
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