CrimsonChin
CrimsonChin
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RE: Removing a decayed wisdom tooth – effect on jaw?

So far I’ve only had one extracted and that was when I was 27 due to rot beyond repair. I asked the dentist about asymmetry and he said it wouldn’t ha…

7 months ago
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RE: OPEN MOUTH CHEWING IS KEY.

I will try open mouth chewing and see if anything comes of it, but I don’t ever remember reading that as a theory, other than maybe when chewing gum (…

8 months ago
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RE: I believe Craniofacial Dystrophy is impossible to fix in adults

@harrykanemaxilla It’s obviously above average, so why are you here?

8 months ago
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RE: I believe Craniofacial Dystrophy is impossible to fix in adults

@harrykanemaxilla I think mewing is very overrated, simply because it being inside your mouth, no average Joe can help you if you’re doing it wrong, n…

8 months ago
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RE: I believe Craniofacial Dystrophy is impossible to fix in adults

I think it’s possible to fix it, even if success with the methods currently available is pretty hard to come by – even just because the collective att…

8 months ago
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RE: 1 year of mewing. Comparison pics.

Did these pictures take 3 years to upload or did you stop doing everything after a year? It looks like you got a little something, though the problem …

11 months ago
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RE: Good Chairs

My brother has this one, it’s really expensive but it seems pretty good./p> They also sell a much cheaper pad to attach to a regular computer chair …

11 months ago
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RE: Attractive faces are built by chewing forces – VERY VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM SURGICAL JOURNAL.

Yeah, I guess I phrased the post a little incoherently. Mentioning Jessa was an example of genes or something else possibly being responsible, despite…

12 months ago
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RE: Attractive faces are built by chewing forces – VERY VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM SURGICAL JOURNAL.

That’s a pretty comprehensive post and has some good info in it, but I’m mostly referring to babies as soon as they are born, as it’s not like they al…

12 months ago
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RE: Stem cell dental implants, what could this mean for us in the future for reversing extractions?

I’m assuming any technology that threatens to take a cent away from dentists’ greedy palms isn’t allowed to come out. Over 10 years and no update?

12 months ago
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RE: Attractive faces are built by chewing forces – VERY VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM SURGICAL JOURNAL.

I chew gum for hours a day and I think it helps, though not as substantially as some people claim. Also, I have asked this question countless times an…

12 months ago
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RE: NEW theory about maxilla rotation!!

I chewed hard gum on and off for around 3 years and then have been chewing regular gum for around 8 hours a day for a year (for reflux, not this). I d…

12 months ago
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RE: Developed a weird taste in the back of my mouth?

Very interesting; I noticed this tonight too – I had a metallic taste randomly come up and then my nose and throat felt bone dry, as if a cold was com…

1 year ago
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RE: Karna Dharma : Restoring the Face, Skull, Spine, and Body by restoring the Breath (new project, join now)

I assume your approach is probably very similar to holographic breathing, right? I watched that guy’s videos for quite a while and his explanations we…

1 year ago
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RE: New Personal Discovery: Speed of Chewing! (Very insightful)

Interesting; I will try it out and see if there is anything to it. I’ve been chewing gum for 8+ hours a day for most of this year (for reflux, not for…

1 year ago
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RE: What mewing did to my face and my life

It’s interesting that you say you forced the tip of your tongue up, because I don’t know if I’ve ever given that a real go in the 5+ years I’ve been d…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

I’ve been doing this for 4 days or something like that and the tension in my temporarlis area has been pretty consistent, though I got a huge headache…

2 years ago
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RE: The danger of super erupting wisdom teeth

@snailgoo89 (Not sure if your post was meant for OP or me) Like I said above, I ended up having only one of my wisdom teeth taken out in March because…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

@snailgoo89 Thanks for the elaborate posts, that is all quite interesting. Unlike the teenagers whose presence on here is just to post an all lowercas…

2 years ago
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RE: Clenching impacting the maxilla, causing the jaw to swing forward (Bill Hang)

This seems like an interesting idea, especially since so many dentists and similar professionals advocate having all of your teeth slightly apart, whi…

2 years ago
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RE: Bought a y-plate expander from braces shop, looking to try John Mews semi rapid expansion immediatley

@miketv A professional would know exactly how much to adjust the device since that is what they’re trained for; I’d hardly call that guess work – savi…

2 years ago
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RE: Bought a y-plate expander from braces shop, looking to try John Mews semi rapid expansion immediatley

This seems like a bad idea to do without supervision from a professional, don’t you think?

2 years ago
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RE: NASAL BREATHING IS THE ULTIMATE KEY TO MEWING (MUST READ)!!!!!

I have a hard time believing mouth breathing is as prevalent as some people try and suggest; I’ve never had a problem breathing through my nose and th…

2 years ago
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RE: Anything related to the soft tissue of the eyebrows?

@calopsita I guess it depends whether you’re talking about imitating hunter eyes or if you want something like a furled brow, but either way it doesn’…

2 years ago
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RE: Anything related to the soft tissue of the eyebrows?

This is probably in line with what you’re talking about; I used to have a lot of tension in that area which made me constantly squint and definitely g…

2 years ago
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RE: The “right” way…

Those black eyes…I guess violent bonesmashing wasn’t the answer haha Anyways, it is hard to say “just do this” because not everybody has the same …

2 years ago
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RE: It’s been many years, as of 2021 what is currently the best ways to move maxilla forward?

@meowxilla This is probably worth attempting so long as you aren’t a moron about it, as in using your knuckles for a fairly light force and not swingi…

2 years ago
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RE: Fast results in adults?

Interesting find – I do think that if the course is just “do this” then it’d be crap because there are quite a few different reasons as to why somebod…

2 years ago
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RE: Coronavirus Covid-19

@thomas22 You mean my plan to run to the other side of the country because my Dad sniffled once isn’t reasonable?

2 years ago
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RE: Skull question very desperate

@thebeastpanda Maybe if you use a hammer and don’t mind losing a few IQ points. My first post in here emphasized “I don’t know” several times, so refe…

2 years ago
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RE: Finally Understood Importance of the back 3rd of tongue! Everyone get in here! Another New maxilla remodeling theory!

@toomer The problem with info about tongue posture is that unless you’re in a professional’s office, we basically have to interpret would somebody is …

2 years ago
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RE: Skull question very desperate

@meowxilla Yeah, there seem to be many exceptions regarding maxilla position. A few days ago I asked my Mom if she has her teeth together at rest or n…

2 years ago
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RE: Skull question very desperate

@vitas I have no idea if this would fix it or if the issue is even fixable, but if your head posture in that photo is how it always is, fixing it woul…

2 years ago
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RE: Skull question very desperate

I must have Stevie Wonder vision since I don’t notice anything – what do you think is wrong with it? Also, are you manually craning your head that for…

2 years ago
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RE: 2017-2021 – An OG is back! 34 YO Female progress!

Do you keep your teeth together or apart at rest? I’ve trained myself into the latter in the past 2 weeks or so and it seems like it helps the tongue …

2 years ago
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RE: Sleeping mouth guard 24/7, benefits?

I remember reading a fair amount of people saying mouthguards at night (for TMJ or whatever else) aren’t good because they would train your jaws to be…

2 years ago
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RE: Wisdom teeth eruption(and wisdoms in general)

You’re referring to attractive people having them fully erupted, right? Regarding them erupting at all I was probably 18 when they started trying to c…

2 years ago
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RE: Wisdom teeth eruption(and wisdoms in general)

Unless it’s just money hungry surgeons, you would have to wonder why so many attractive people still get their wisdom teeth extracted. Justin Bieber g…

2 years ago
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RE: Does Tongue Posture make the Palate longer?

@chilly Did you come to this method by your own experimentation? I was trying to find any other resources or opinions about it outside of this forum a…

2 years ago
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RE: Hard mewing tounge tie and clenching pain.

I just started the teeth in no contact yesterday and yes, it’s difficult to keep them apart since contact is the posture I’ve had since day one (of ha…

2 years ago
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RE: Does Tongue Posture make the Palate longer?

@chilly Thanks for the info, I’m sure this will be quite helpful once I can master the tip’s position; I’ll keep it up and update after a decent amoun…

2 years ago
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RE: Does Tongue Posture make the Palate longer?

@chilly My dentist said that teeth aren’t supposed to touch at rest (like 2 months ago) and I had never heard that before; when I tried to keep them s…

2 years ago
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RE: Does Tongue Posture make the Palate longer?

@vt1 Yeah, I was doing it on the hard spot right behind the front teeth instead of actually touching them, but it’s still pretty difficult to do.

2 years ago
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RE: Does Tongue Posture make the Palate longer?

@chilly Even though I already have little faith a text explanation would really help, do you also have trouble maintaining this posture? My problem is…

2 years ago
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RE: The danger of super erupting wisdom teeth

I asked the dentist about all of this and he said that the wisdom teeth are so far back that they wouldn’t cause any facial sagging from bone loss – I…

2 years ago
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RE: [Theory]The longer you mew, the faster the progress.

This tongue on teeth posture is a pretty interesting theory(?). I tried for years to find the magic spot with the posterior tongue and could only find…

2 years ago
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RE: The danger of super erupting wisdom teeth

The fear of bone loss and facial sagging is what has kept me from getting mine out (I’m 27), despite one of them being black and routinely getting inf…

2 years ago
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RE: [Theory]The longer you mew, the faster the progress.

@meowxilla The cheese technique is something that I’m sure has been posted on this site before, since I didn’t make it up. It’s like when you say that…

2 years ago
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RE: [Theory]The longer you mew, the faster the progress.

Do you have any pictures of your face from the front? I took a few months off from all this stuff, aside from regularly doing a face massage that I po…

2 years ago
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RE: Personality influences facial growth

@bakwan I’ve been looking into that kind of stuff as a whole, not necessarily just for CFD. I guess epigenetics might be what you would call the field…

2 years ago
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RE: Personality influences facial growth

claimingpower.com had an article somewhat relating to this; it may have been behind a paywall, since I can’t find it now. It showed photos of a soccer…

2 years ago
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RE: Does anyone take k2 supplements and have they gotten results

For what exactly? I’ve been taking Calcium/Vitamin K2/Magnesium for around a month to try and remineralize my teeth, but that takes at the very least …

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

@meowxilla OK; it’s nice to hear how committed you are to the idea. I figured other people would be chiming in with input since it seems to be a rare …

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

I was looking on Amazon for magnets and found there’s something called magnetic tape. Perhaps this could be a good alteration for my mouthguard + dent…

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

@sinned Makes sense and most of what you say is obvious, yet I can’t say I’ve ever seen anyone talk about it. Not sure if it even occurred to me until…

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

@meowxilla I guess by equal distribution I mean that if the device isn’t actually connected like a normal headgear + appliance combo, it seems like if…

2 years ago
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RE: Maxiallry facepulling but with MAGNETS (IDEA ONLY)

@meowxilla Yeah, the problem is if it were going to be a frontal type of pull instead of a palate device, everything would have to be really thin, whi…

2 years ago
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