Just stop mouth breathing
Get the eliminator pro from their website not amazon
It's too late now, his best hope now is an implant or a beard.
Snoring is a symptom of mouth breathing...
So is daytime depression.. the body needs air through nose like every other animal (except dogs)
I bought a headstrap but it makes the problem worse because the jaw receding closes the airway path
And because when asleep all muscles paralyze (the jaw falls open and backward)
Therefore the eliminator pro keeps your jaw jutted forward with no effort
Similar pieces from a dentist costs 1000s
The eliminator pro costs 40 on their sote and 60 on amazon
here is what it should look like after a double jaw surgery
No lying, that's an ugly chin, but I'm not sure it's bad enough for jaw surgery.
Start by losing weight. Go to a gym.
You have fat under your chin.
In a a year or so, when you have a decent body and enough savings, you should think about it.
I don't know the possible complications, but you really need to look into it.
Not to women. Facial structure is damn near everything to them.
Yes OP, it's worth it. Doing it in about a year, currently have braces on. Ask me anything.
fembot here, honestly just stay how you are
when I settle down I dont want someone who had to have plastic surgery to look good. its fucking disgusting and our kids would be ugly. its just selfish for men to do that
In Ontario Canada. The whole thing will cost me 12k. 8k for the braces which I will have on for 2 years, 4k for the actual surgery. I'm going to the best jaw surgeon in Canada and one of the best in the world, so I feel pretty comfortable with the operation. I'm also pretty happy I live in Canada since it saves me about 60k.
I just got my braces ~1 month ago, and I have to wait about 12 months before I can have the surgery.
12k with insurance covering it? I've read that Raffaini charges only 15k USD for double jaw and he's supposed to be the best surgeon on the planet. American jaw surgeons are insanely expensive for some reason.
I'd rather not. Though it's not as bad as OPs. I have what's known as a deepbite. I initially learned that I needed jaw surgery from my ortho when I went in to get braces. He said that in order to correct the deepbite double jaw surgery is needed. I'm getting my chin moved forward on top of the double jaw surgery too.
Yeah jaw surgery is covered by Canadian health care. 4k is other expenses that aren't covered.
>its fucking disgusting and our kids would be ugly
desu my jaw problem is the result of mouth breathing not genetics.
my other siblings and parents are fine.
but i understand your point.
>desu my jaw problem is the result of mouth breathing not genetics.
who told you that? mouth breathing doesn't fuck up a jaw to this extent. your mandible is massively recessed, no doubt the result of inherent skeletal discrepancy.
>This guy did it and it worked for him......