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sophiea13

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How far did your teeth come forward with facepulling?
« on: January 22, 2018, 11:03:20 pm »
Hello everyone!

I started facepulling almost three years ago.
I noticed many benefits as well as some drawbacks. My jaw became a little unsummetrical. Now I am also using Starecta - which I can highly recommend so far, if you use it correctly - which seems to do great work for balancing my assymetries.

My question to anyone who as been facepulling for quite a while now and has had good results is: How far did your teeth come forward?

I am aiming at bringing them so much forward, that I can smile effortlessly (just opening my mouth) and my upper teeth are visible up to the gums.
Has anyone had that much success with facepulling?

Thank you in advance!
And if you have any questions about my experiences, don't hesitate to ask!

All the best,
Franziska

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I think my teeth came forward, since my mouth feels different inside. I have to stretch my tounge more to touch my teeth, so I am sure about that. My sister uses facepulling too, and for her I can really see her mouth area having come forward more and her lips became fuller too.

I have to say though, that starecta does really not seem like a good idea to me, since it lengtens the face , which I think is the opposite one should be doing, because looking at from a nature point of view, it does not make the face look more balanced. It does the opposite of that. Wider faces look more healthy than longer ones and in our nature we tend to 'know' when a face human looks healthy (aka 'goodlooking") , but most people are not aware *Why* they find it appealing to look at, but there's a natural logical reason behind anything.

Maybe starecta kinda solves a problem, or fully does it, but I do think it's a really natural kinda solution. It kinda forces the face and body into changes that the body would have never done itself.  Maybe by doing that it takes away issues you have with your body, and then that's great, but I think it can create problems too at the same time. By wearing these things between your mouth you end up needing some extra teeth on top of your teeth (so to say) to keep your bite fitting. Just my 2 cents though

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Why everybody on this site  have "positives effects" but there are absolutly 0 pictures ?Srs question

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Well,
I am not personally surprised there are not *that* many pictures of people on forums such as these. First of all, we must take into account that the userbase is very small too. On most days , nothing is happening at all. Not a single post or whatever. The second and problably most obvious reason for a limited degree of visual 'Proof" is that most people are here for themself and to improve their looks and possibily health, in a way that is quite controversial. Alot of people on the 'outside world' consider new techniques on a forum without any 'professional' leading it, really quite odd. Also, we have to take into account that this type of looksmaxing especially for guys is still considered quite controversial too. Some things like working out are accepted these days and consisdered normal and 'healthy'. Although the amount of people who do plastic surgery is hundreds time more than those who are into techniques like described on this website, but the amount of picturse you will find on the internet is pretty limited even then when you compare it to the amount of people actually doing it. Most people prefer not to tell others about their plastic surgery, hair transplants and waht not. Especially guys. Go to such a forum and they talk about how you should do it in your vacation and never go out side, so people will not notice and stuff.
So even with things that are considered much more mainstream like plastic surgery, people are generally not really open about it. So if you compare such a mainstream thing as that to visitiing a site like this, and using these 'strange'  techniques like people do here on themself without supervision from a professional is not considered that normal. Not many people are  building your own braces to change the shape of your head, and most would never believe that it would work either or why it mattes where your maxilla is located, because they have no clue what a maxilla is.


I honestly think if you compare the amount of actual users doing anything and the amount of people who put up pictures, the percentage is not even that small. I mean, most plastic surgeon websites showcase like 5 people, and they do it for a living.

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I agree
« Reply #4 on: February 19, 2018, 12:36:47 am »
Thank you for your reply Ryan!

I agree with you on what you said. I really do not wand my personal pictures on the internet and also not having them associated with face pulling or something similar..

Best wishes!

king

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Well,
I am not personally surprised there are not *that* many pictures of people on forums such as these. First of all, we must take into account that the userbase is very small too. On most days , nothing is happening at all. Not a single post or whatever. The second and problably most obvious reason for a limited degree of visual 'Proof" is that most people are here for themself and to improve their looks and possibily health, in a way that is quite controversial. Alot of people on the 'outside world' consider new techniques on a forum without any 'professional' leading it, really quite odd. Also, we have to take into account that this type of looksmaxing especially for guys is still considered quite controversial too. Some things like working out are accepted these days and consisdered normal and 'healthy'. Although the amount of people who do plastic surgery is hundreds time more than those who are into techniques like described on this website, but the amount of picturse you will find on the internet is pretty limited even then when you compare it to the amount of people actually doing it. Most people prefer not to tell others about their plastic surgery, hair transplants and waht not. Especially guys. Go to such a forum and they talk about how you should do it in your vacation and never go out side, so people will not notice and stuff.
So even with things that are considered much more mainstream like plastic surgery, people are generally not really open about it. So if you compare such a mainstream thing as that to visitiing a site like this, and using these 'strange'  techniques like people do here on themself without supervision from a professional is not considered that normal. Not many people are  building your own braces to change the shape of your head, and most would never believe that it would work either or why it mattes where your maxilla is located, because they have no clue what a maxilla is.


I honestly think if you compare the amount of actual users doing anything and the amount of people who put up pictures, the percentage is not even that small. I mean, most plastic surgeon websites showcase like 5 people, and they do it for a living.
Very good explanation , i just said  this because on every others forums most peoples really messed up their bite with facepulling , the only one claiming it worked was in fact a guy who used surgery .....so i'm sceptic atm

Best luck !

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Very good explanation , i just said  this because on every others forums most peoples really messed up their bite with facepulling , the only one claiming it worked was in fact a guy who used surgery .....so i'm sceptic atm

Allthough not considering it the best idea, I have read only about one person who messed up his face and some who felt that they screwed up and had more pain and worse tmd, got better after some time.

Most popular results are of 2 people and they are both pretty good.

Could you send some link as from your saying I understand that there are most likely cases I have missed?

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Very good explanation , i just said  this because on every others forums most peoples really messed up their bite with facepulling , the only one claiming it worked was in fact a guy who used surgery .....so i'm sceptic atm

Allthough not considering it the best idea, I have read only about one person who messed up his face and some who felt that they screwed up and had more pain and worse tmd, got better after some time.

Most popular results are of 2 people and they are both pretty good.

Could you send some link as from your saying I understand that there are most likely cases I have missed?
https://lookism.net/Thread-Face-pulling-destroyed-my-****-lower-third-and-teeth

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Hah, dope. Oh well, I myself gave TMD from chewing falim gum and its almost been a year since then. The first months were awful, got better, havent felt anything for months, sometimes was thinking that it probably healed, but these days I guess I inflamated my joint again with chewing gum and so on, proving that the problem is still here. I dont know how much TMD will slow the process, but I have been mewing pretty seriously for more than a year and have zero to none changes, not that i am saying that it is fake,  I am saying that results are definitely slow.