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RE: Preventive tips for very young age

@angelina Breastfeeding is supposed to be good for oral development. I’ve heard that straws are bad however as the baby would need to suck to swallow …

3 months ago
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RE: Preventive tips for very young age

Perhaps continue to exclusively breastfeed? Liquids fom a bottle can create improper swallowing patterns. Maybe consult a local myofunctional thera…

4 months ago
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RE: Apollo’s Accountability Record

What is does Frolov practice work? How does it help?

4 months ago
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RE: Why does Mewing work?

@msefmimdohope Alright, let me try to explain better. I believe proper oral posture helps the proper development of the face in two ways, one is …

4 months ago
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RE: Why does Mewing work?

@msefmimdohope The younger you are the more you have to grow. Proper oral posture during periods of most growth guides the face to grow correctly. …

4 months ago
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RE: (28 yo) Honestly, I’m starting to realize something might be a bit wrong with me…

It sounds like you have bad craniofacial dystrophy i.e. your face developed wrong, and that may be the cause of your TMJ and bite issues.Q4. It does s…

4 months ago
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RE: Don’t do this simple mistake.

@auxiliarus I don’t quite understand, you are pulling back the maxilla by pushing he tongue forward, but you are also pulling the maxilla forwar…

8 months ago
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8 months ago
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RE: 15M, overcrowding, vaulted palate, have some questions

@apollo Thanks for the response! While my palate is vaulted and septum deviated I do not have any noticeable airway issues myself, so yes, aesthetic…

8 months ago
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RE: Fixing My Overbite

Well it seems you may be mewing incorrectly and are keeping your tongue between the occlusal surfaces of your top and bottom teeth, or you have not ma…

8 months ago
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RE: Fixing My Overbite

The teeth should continue to erupt further if unimpeded until it reaches the other tooth. This is why teeth lacking an opposing tooth often result in …

9 months ago
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RE: Fixing My Overbite

You may be resting more of your tongue between your left premolars than your right preventing the left premolars from erupting but allowing the right …

9 months ago
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RE: Help Please 😱!! Cw Rotation

I don’t see how you could have gotten those good gains and cw rotation as the gains indicate ccw rotation of the maxilla which I would imagine would m…

9 months ago
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RE: I will do anything to look better, but I have no idea where to start: Deformed in 3 dimensions

Are you having any health issues? If you are experiences no health problems and your only goal is to look better cosmetic operations may be more helpf…

9 months ago
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RE: Newbie trying to achieve forward facial growth

Judging from your second picture it looks like your may have an overbite which may be caused by you keeping our tongue in between the occlusal surface…

9 months ago
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RE: Fixing My Overbite

One of the causes of an overbite is resting your tongue between your back teeth preventing them from fully erupting, and so when you close your mouth …

9 months ago
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RE: what is the correct form when chewing?

There has been some interesting discussion on the forum advocating for open mouth chewing that you may want to look into. As for your tongue, you may …

9 months ago
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RE: Don’t do this simple mistake.

I agree that people should not be hard mewing, but I don’t understand this part. How does swallowing forward or pushing your tongue forward recess the…

9 months ago
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RE: Have a tendency to rest my teeth to one side only, how do I fix this?

Overbites can be caused by holding the tongue in between the back teeth, preventing them from erupting fully. This means that when you bite down fully…

9 months ago
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RE: Getting my wisdom teeth removed, what should I expect?

I agree with the sentiment that if your wisdom teeth are not coming in correctly there will not be much of an impact, I feel that the damage of removi…

9 months ago
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RE: MSE & MSDO

I don’t think that there is an age cutoff for MSE, only that the older you are the chance of failure increases.

9 months ago
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RE: Skeletal expander screw positioning: is there a sweet spot? (Y expander v regular Schwartz expander)

Having the transverse screw towards the front of the palate I imagine would mean that there is more force acting on the teeth towards the front of the…

9 months ago

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