Do I have a jaw/mandibular deformity? (Photos)
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What should have been done is the lower jaw should have been brought forward; either surgically or by using simple removable appliances. Had the lower jaw been brought forward and no bicuspids removed you would have a more prominent (stronger) chin, more upper lip support, a broader smile, more well developed cheek bones, more level ears and eyes and your nose would not look so long and narrow.
You can still have your lower jaw brought forward but it would require that you basically undo the treatment that was already rendered. Find a doctor who understand epigenetic orthopedics.
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