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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

I’ve noticed more or less the same. This may be because of my osteopathic treatments almost every month, but I’m not sure. My appliance comes out soon…

1 year ago
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RE: TGW Update! Advertising removed, user empowerment, attempts to bring in more traffic, top topics thread updated, and a non-admin account

I think the reason the online mewing community has stalled is mostly because we’ve just figured it out. It’s not too complex. Release any tongue ties,…

1 year ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

I bet it’s not more complicated than just old-school orthodontic thinking, which would be that MSE makes aligning teeth—without doing anything else—mo…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

Completely agree. Ronald Eade has made some excellent videos outlining this exact thinking, as well.

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

Fascinating analysis! Thanks for posting

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

I think it conserved existing assymetries, which at a glance might look like it made things worse, but I’m pretty sure I just need to fix the yaw of m…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

I’ve done osteopath adjustments frequently throughout MSE treatment and my experience with it is that it seems irresponsible to do MSE without it! Man…

2 years ago
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RE: TGW Progress

It obviously did have a significant effect, as shown by the fact that his lifelong chronic health problems disappeared with no other changes lmao

2 years ago
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RE: TGW Progress

Well you’re just completely misinformed. There are tons and tons of people in middle age with proof that mewing or orofacial myofunctional therapy wor…

2 years ago
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RE: How many turns/day for MSE in June 2020? Seems like the advice has changed – Is it just 1/day now? When did this new info come out?

A retention device?? You misunderstand MSE. Your body creates new bone in the opened suture so that you don’t need any kind of retainer

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

Cool, cool! You are right that it’s not possible to mew with the MSE in—I’ve seen that on my own CT scans. Looking very much forward to having it out …

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

Why are we so sure we can’t achieve the same or better with a completely untethered tongue (like what zaghimd.com is doing in LA) and the MSE on its o…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

A few years ago, I measured the deviation in the bridge of my nose at 4mm left of my interpupillary midline, and I recorded improvements of about 2mm….

2 years ago
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RE: How many turns/day for MSE in June 2020? Seems like the advice has changed – Is it just 1/day now? When did this new info come out?

I would travel to see a skilled osteopath. To be completely honest, I don’t think it’s even remotely possible to DIY cranial osteopathy (and my own ve…

2 years ago
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RE: Buccinator atrophy is nonsense & how to get hollow cheeks

Nope you’re just tongue-tied lmao I guarantee you’re not actually doing the swallow correctly like you think you are. When I had mine released most …

2 years ago
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RE: Asymmetric Mentalis Muscle

Is the bone asymmetrical in the same way? Wouldn’t the muscle just follow the scaffolding it’s on?

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

@apollo I believe one of the most reliable ways you can do this is to see a qualified osteopath who does cranial adjustments before and throughout t…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE Asymmetry and Protraction

That’s a plausible idea, but when I was actively expanding my own MSE, I noticed forward expansion happening as I turned the appliance. If you get tha…

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

As well as the substantial risk that the TADs of the second expander would just drag through the immature bone in the gap, unlike it would with dense …

2 years ago
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RE: TGW Progress

I couldn’t agree more about the posture–personality link. I noticed very distinctly that when I first had some progress with mewing at about age 21/22…

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

I think you’re just tongue-tied lol

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

Not to be antagonistic, but for the sake of others who may be trying to decide about MSE for themselves: that literally is the point of mewing, and yo…

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

Isn’t the point of the MSE to create enough space so that you can do that? When I had my tongue tie released, I automatically swallowed correctly and …

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

Sorry, what I meant is why pick the FM after successful MSE treatment instead of just mewing afterwards? If you finally get enough space, and the sutu…

2 years ago
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RE: Got MARPE/MSE intalled

Can’t you just mew normally once you get enough transverse space? I don’t understand why everyone is so interested in the FM—wouldn’t mewing with your…

2 years ago
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RE: MSE for widening very narrow high palate

Very cool! I’m about to get my own MSE in a few weeks. Can you update us when you find out the details of that turn protocol? I’ve heard a variety of …

2 years ago
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RE: What can be done about tipped out molars?

Braces can move any of your teeth in pretty much any direction. I had a consultation with Dr. Ting and he told me that most of his adult MSE patients …

2 years ago
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RE: What can be done about tipped out molars?

Molars not fixed, but they work just fine for chewing. I was just a little alarmed when I made that post two years ago. I’m pretty sure I’m going to s…

2 years ago
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RE: NeuroCranial Restructuring

Did you have inflation on both sides? Wouldn’t inflating on both sides result in no net movement of the sphenoid?

2 years ago
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RE: NeuroCranial Restructuring

Is it uncomfortable? I’m all about moving the sphenoid and have had great experiences with chiropractic and osteopathy, but not a huge fan of sticking…

2 years ago
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RE: NeuroCranial Restructuring

That’s really interesting. How did you decide which side to inflate in? Did you end up doing inflations on both sides?

2 years ago
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RE: Could assymetrical recession actually be a yaw rotation of the maxilla? How would you correct that?

That makes sense, thank you! I have been doing that and it looks better than it did

2 years ago
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RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don’t make this mistake.

I found a screenshot I had taken of another post by Progressand thought about your examples here ^ I looked at old pictures of myself, when I was ar…

2 years ago
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RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don’t make this mistake.

Congrats, very cool! Looking forward to seeing your pictures.

2 years ago
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RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don’t make this mistake.

Your alveolar ridge is somewhat tipped, and if your back teeth were less proclined, it wouldn’t measure that high. I personally think that IMW is a po…

2 years ago
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RE: Mewing gave me a high-palate, don’t make this mistake.

So what kind of position do you suggest exactly? My SCMs are most activated the more I look up, but I can flex them in almost any position except very…

2 years ago
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RE: Why fast expansion doesn’t expand the maxilla

What does it feel like to have the ALF in? Can you link those examples?

2 years ago
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RE: Has anyone with a torus palatinus expanded their palate without an appliance?

Turns out my last tongue tie release was almost complete, but it’s a little like a solar eclipse: 99% is nowhere near as interesting as 100%. Once I h…

2 years ago
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RE: Peculiar recent sensations upon waking up

What position did you wake up in without a pillow? Supine?

2 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

Agreed—except for that last paragraph. No one really knows, yet. Mewing just has not been around that long! I think if you rectify your CFD you will d…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

Posted by: @moemoe Thanks Silver for pointing out the website. I had a look and I have decided to give scalp massages a go. You mention the r…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

The whole scalp! There are two different massages you do for the hairline or vertex area, where you might be balding, and for the perimeter, where a l…

3 years ago
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RE: Male-pattern baldness and CFD

You’re actually exactly right. Rob over at PerfectHairHealth.com (no affiliation, but I am a customer) has fairly conclusively documented the etiology…

3 years ago
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RE: Evidence of age-acquired craniofacial dystrophy

This is terrifying, but great information. Aging really is just anti-mewing. Once the maxilla is fully supported by the tongue, you should look mostly…

3 years ago
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RE: [MEWING] I don’t get it, I really need some guidance.

Do you know if you have a tongue tie? That will prevent you from getting there. I had to have mine lasered, which was painless and instantly improved …

3 years ago
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3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

@qwerty135 @horatio That’s exactly what I’m getting at. I would also add that that artist’s recreation of a Paleolithic girl is very unlikely just bec…

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

I don’t think the premise of the question is sensical in light of the theory of CFD. The only “feature” that makes sense to scrutinize in isolation is…

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

I’m sorry you took it that way. CFD is just a way of describing imperfect facial development. Everyone has CFD—it’s an inclusive spectrum. These model…

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

Actually, recession enhances orbital support because, again, the hinge point is at the zygomatic buttress, and the bottom of the maxilla swings in, so…

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

I don’t mean to be rude, but lower CFD almost always looks better than higher—male or female. What you’re discussing, neoteny, is enhanced and preserv…

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

Couldn’t agree more. Outstanding natural beauty.

3 years ago
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RE: Show me good forward growth

I doubt that zero-CFD exists much in the first world—Mike Mew has said in lectures that ancient man had intermolar widths that defy imagination and un…

3 years ago
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