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Asymmetrical chin

michael123

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So, my chin is asymmetrical, corresponding with my jaw its also asymmetrical, i am wondering is there any way to fix it

bonesmashing, now i have done it, no k2 but i have done it for maybe half a year, i wouldnt recommend it, i have many times had a bruised chin and people were asking me about it etc, so not recommending it, maybe gained a bit more bone mass but still, not recommending it

Anything other than surgery? Mewing wont fix it even if it moves my jaw forward so
 
So, my chin is asymmetrical, corresponding with my jaw its also asymmetrical, i am wondering is there any way to fix it

bonesmashing, now i have done it, no k2 but i have done it for maybe half a year, i wouldnt recommend it, i have many times had a bruised chin and people were asking me about it etc, so not recommending it, maybe gained a bit more bone mass but still, not recommending it

Anything other than surgery? Mewing wont fix it even if it moves my jaw forward so
Just get a wraparound implant
Try chewing mastic or falim in the mean time
 

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