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Has anyone here experienced genuine "BONE" changes by using mewing, chewing with incisors, molars, or open mouth chewing in their 20s?

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Yes, I know that as soon as I mentioned being in my 20s, it's probably a no. But I just wanted to ask for the sake of it. By "bone changes," I mean if the jaw widened, moved forward, had an upswing, or if there were changes in the eye area. I'm not talking about people chewing for bigger masseter muscles, but about changes in the bones themselves. I haven't turned 25 yet, but I'm wondering if anyone here has experienced any facial structure changes in their early 20s. Also, I'm new here, so I apologize if this isn't the correct place to ask. Still trying to figure out this website lol.

 
Posted : 20/06/2024 12:44 am
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