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Tyler

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Re: Tyler's Self-NCR Diary
« Reply #30 on: December 11, 2013, 03:34:13 pm »
Hey Donna, from all of those NCR sessions that you have had done professionally, have you noticed any movement in your teeth - particularly have they shifted forward to any discernible degree?

Currently, when I smile I have what I call "no-denture mouth", so named after the sunken in smile of older people who take out their dentures. The rest of my face has expanded so much from NCR and face-pulling that it all looks great and proportional, but my teeth do not seem to want to move in any significant way, and I think that my braces are the culprit. So I am considering just having them removed and hoping that NCR prevents them from going back to being crooked... but I am a bit nervous about that idea, truly.

But who knows. Maybe it will even give them freedom to start shifting along with the other bones, since it seems to me that NCR has been preventing this from the start.

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Re: Tyler's Self-NCR Diary
« Reply #31 on: December 11, 2013, 05:27:48 pm »
Tyler,

Have you thought about getting Damon Braces to expand your palate and give you that nice wide 10 tooth smile. I am planning on doing this. Traditional braces push everything in and gives that sunken in smile appearance.

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Re: Tyler's Self-NCR Diary
« Reply #32 on: December 11, 2013, 08:55:58 pm »
Hey Donna, from all of those NCR sessions that you have had done professionally, have you noticed any movement in your teeth - particularly have they shifted forward to any discernible degree?

Currently, when I smile I have what I call "no-denture mouth", so named after the sunken in smile of older people who take out their dentures. The rest of my face has expanded so much from NCR and face-pulling that it all looks great and proportional, but my teeth do not seem to want to move in any significant way, and I think that my braces are the culprit. So I am considering just having them removed and hoping that NCR prevents them from going back to being crooked... but I am a bit nervous about that idea, truly.

But who knows. Maybe it will even give them freedom to start shifting along with the other bones, since it seems to me that NCR has been preventing this from the start.

Yes, my entire palate has come forward.  I had the sunken in denture look, but I don't have dentures, nor had braces.

That happened from having been kicked in the face by a horse at age 4.

This before and after was only after TWO sessions in 2012.  The palate came forward in the first session.