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SleepyHead566
Unread post  Post subject: Jaw Surgery to Fix Receding Jawline  |  Posted: Sat Mar 10, 2018 3:43 pm

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How is the jawline surgery? I can imagine that it's painful and how long is the recovery period? I don't want to cut the soft pallet


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SleepyHead566
Unread post  Post subject: Re: Jaw Surgery to Fix Receding Jawline  |  Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:09 am

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so I am going for this along with braces. 2 years of pain but it should be worth it.


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Unread post  Post subject: Re: Jaw Surgery to Fix Receding Jawline  |  Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2018 6:02 pm

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What did you find out about it? I have a receding jaw all my life. My dentist said if you are a young child they can fix it. But at my age, 46, he acted like they couldn't without a lot of surgery. So he got a sleep appliance for me, which i haven't really worn yet, since I hate having the device in my mouth.

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SleepyHead566
Unread post  Post subject: Re: Jaw Surgery to Fix Receding Jawline  |  Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 11:08 pm

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WarpedTrekker wrote:
What did you find out about it? I have a receding jaw all my life. My dentist said if you are a young child they can fix it. But at my age, 46, he acted like they couldn't without a lot of surgery. So he got a sleep appliance for me, which i haven't really worn yet, since I hate having the device in my mouth.

Lankyleft made a video on it here

https://youtu.be/8F3KyMg6LKE


I would go to another doctor if I were you. I have seen people who are 60 years old and have had jaw surgery. It sounds like he's not giving you great advice and is just trying to screw with you. I like CPAP but cpap alone won't help solve my problems as my face needs an entire reconstruction to fix it up.I reckon that most people are born with a receding jawline or don't get braces early on in life because they feel the cost is too much but I don't blame them, however, no one thinks of the long term problems.


https://dentalsleeppractice.com/jaw-sur ... eep-apnea/


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