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Lazlo

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Re: Jaw line: need for advise
« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2017, 02:21:37 AM »
Brazilian guy is not 'bird's nest hair' guy although i did use the ceph of the latter to show another example of ANB angles with the cranial tipping.


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Re: Jaw line: need for advise
« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2017, 02:54:35 AM »
If you wanted a beautiful jaw line, you should have kept your wisdom.

Don't understand your point. In my case, the 3 wisdow teeth that I had fail do emerge.

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Re: Jaw line: need for advise
« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2017, 03:28:21 AM »
I still have a lower widom teeth, included on the left side.

The difference between my left and my right side is obvious. No jaw line on the right.

I don't know why but wisdom teeth create a lot of jaw bone. Removed them is a mistake, unless you have an infection or other REAL issue (not hypothetic)

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Re: Jaw line: need for advise
« Reply #18 on: September 19, 2017, 11:13:37 AM »
i don't agree with cranial tipping being a measure. the guy in ceph A needs to be aligned more like ceph B for proper analysis. face is also clearly hyperdivergent

having a natural day to day dysfunctional neck posture has nothing to do with the "natural head posture" used for cephs other then the name

edit: the posture in ceph A is sheared forward and upwards, hence hiding the kyphosis. so it looks as if its not as simple as tipping the chin down

kavan

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Re: Jaw line: need for advise
« Reply #19 on: September 19, 2017, 12:23:01 PM »
i don't agree with cranial tipping being a measure. the guy in ceph A needs to be aligned more like ceph B for proper analysis. face is also clearly hyperdivergent

having a natural day to day dysfunctional neck posture has nothing to do with the "natural head posture" used for cephs other then the name

edit: the posture in ceph A is sheared forward and upwards, hence hiding the kyphosis. so it looks as if its not as simple as tipping the chin down

The cranial tipping/orientation should be obvious to anyone who can observe the LINES I've drawn in to show it. Person's Head alignment is not a significant factor as to the cranial orientation that significantly differs from person A to B. The angle that the S-N line makes with the constructed horizontal (the angle between the blue and red lines) would not change if person 'A' tipped his head down more. Try having some 6th grade geometry under belt before you disagree with angle orientations that are clearly obvious.

Person A has an S-N orientation about 25 degrees from a constructed horizontal. Person B has an S-N approx 7 degrees from constructed horizont. 7 degrees away from a constructed horizont is considered the norm. But when the S-N line deviates significantly from a constructed horizont it will factor in significantly with most methods of analysis commonly used .

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