23 thoughts on “How do I fix this?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ok for real now literally just underbite a bit more for pictures. Almost everyone does this shit. Just like how body buildiers vaccum their bellies so the abs show up.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Fix posture also mew anyways stupid. Sure it’s not going to be as effective as if you were 16 but the upper mandible is still a relatively soft bone. It will still slowly bend into the right shape even in adulthood.

  3. Anonymous says:

    there is nothing wrong with picrel
    you’ve been brainwashed by lookism obsessed lunatics by being chronically online
    if your chin resembles what you’ve posted then you have absolutely nothing to worry about, there’s no "chad" or "stacy" in the real world

  4. Anonymous says:

    The only choice is jaw surgery lmao, looks like you have a deep bite as well. Both jaws need pulled forward and maybe downgrafting

  5. Anonymous says:

    Jaw surgery is your only option. Don’t get duped by alternatives like devices that claim to move your jaws. Your bones are way less malleable after you become an adult (bones typically settle at around 18 for women and 21 for men). They’ll just seriously heck up your teeth.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/agga-dental-device-lawsuits-teeth-damage/

    And yes, it’s expensive (in America – at least). I got double jaw surgery a few months ago, and even though I have pretty good health insurance, it still cost me about $17,000 in total over a 4+ year period. But keep in mind that I didn’t do research on the best insurance for jaw surgery or other methods for saving money. I’ve seen some people in America claim that their insurance covered 100% of the cost (I think with Kaiser Permanente?)

    You have to do things like going to an oral surgeon and have them contact your insurance and tell them that your surgery is medically necessary for health reasons. And so simply play up your symptoms by claiming that it’s giving you breathing problems like sleep apnea, TMJ, speech slurring, difficulty chewing and swallowing, et cetera. That will greatly increase your chances of getting covered.

    It’s so hecked up that we have to do shit like that though. In most other developed countries, jaw surgery is completely free.

    The single biggest cost for me was my braces. I had to pay about $7,000 up front for mine. And neither my dental insurance of health insurance covered it at all – which is idiotic since you have to get braces (usually) as part of the process of getting jaw surgery. I think Delta dental insurance covers 50%. And I also see people over at /r/JawSurgery encouraging people to get their braces at dentist training schools since it saves you a lot of money and is overseen by qualified experts.

    I was also gonna say that you could just grow a beard to conceal your recessed chin, but you look blond/Nordic, and so I don’t even know if you can.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Well it’s not that bad.
    But if you wanna improve here are 3 things
    1) Unironically bonesmashing
    2) Chew hard gum for like 20 mins a day
    3) Make sure your mouth is closed when your are not speaking, eating etc..

    In couple of years you’ll be completely fine

    Bonus tip: Make some neck gains. Thicken it

  7. Anonymous says:

    The only way to fix it is with jaw surgery but you face from the front may end up looking worse as a result. Either live with it and be happy with yourself or pay for jaw surgery.

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