the myobrace is set in such a way that the upper jaw teeth and lower jaw teeth are of...
the same alignment when the mouth is closed.
my concern is that this does not allow the proper natural way in which the front row of teeth is actually in front and the lower jaw teeh is behind it when mouth is closed. This inadverdently results in facial outlook appearing to be bulging around the mouth & cheek area. please advise. Peter Wong, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org THANK YOU!
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HeyI have a teethproblem. My right jaw is lower than the left jaw, a bit asymmetrical.Some years ago I wore braces and palatebraces. Afterwards I saw that my jaw were asymmetrical. I also been missing 1 tooth in my right lower set of teeth. So my midline of upper and lower teeth are also...
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