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Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).
Picture example:

both mandibles have the same gonial angle but still one looks more forward grown because of the longer bone size.


TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
 
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germanlooks said:
Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).

TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
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germanlooks said:
Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).

TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
yea bsso is just increasing that length, and it seems like the max bsso movements are like 15 to 18mm. The length of the mandible must depend on the forward growth of the maxilla though?
 
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Drago Soprano said:
The average mandible is 11 cm long. Assuming you have a giga Chad jaw, it's 12 cm max (above that would look completely retarded and underbite tier) not counting the mentalis protuberance (the roundness at the end). Your dick is below 5 inches long?
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Drago Soprano said:
The average mandible is 11 cm long. Assuming you have a giga Chad jaw, it's 12 cm max (above that would look completely retarded and underbite tier) not counting the mentalis protuberance (the roundness at the end). Your dick is below 5 inches long?
It was a joke you aspie
 
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germanlooks said:
Keep barking for me you irrelevant inkwell and leave my thread

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germanlooks said:
Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).
Picture example:
View attachment 1324874
both mandibles have the same gonial angle but still one looks more forward grown because of the longer bone size.


TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
but this doesn't disprove environmental influnece cause madibular projection is also dependant on maxillary projection
growth and sex hormones also underlie
environmental influnece to a degree
 
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germanlooks said:
Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).
Picture example:
View attachment 1324874
both mandibles have the same gonial angle but still one looks more forward grown because of the longer bone size.


TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
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SteelTitan said:
but this doesn't disprove environmental influnece cause madibular projection is also dependant on maxillary projection
growth and sex hormones also underlie
environmental influnece to a degree
Yea I didn’t mean to disprove environmental influence.
My point was to show that if two persons have the same ideal environmental influence on their jaw development, one could still look more forward grown because of longer mandible bones. And if the mandible bone is longer, the maxilla is as well obv.
While sex hormones play a role it’s still to a part just genetic. There will be people with lower prenatal T who still have longer jaw bones than someone with higher prenatal t levels
 
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germanlooks said:
Yea I didn’t mean to disprove environmental influence.
My point was to show that if two persons have the same ideal environmental influence on their jaw development, one could still look more forward grown because of longer mandible bones. And if the mandible bone is longer, the maxilla is as well obv.
While sex hormones play a role it’s still to a part just genetic. There will be people with lower prenatal T who still have longer jaw bones than someone with higher prenatal t levels
prenatal t isn't only a thing that boost your body but also shows that pregnancy went well
Obv. there are genetic differences in maxillary projection but the same gonial angle doesn't mean that two persons have the same level of development
 
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SteelTitan said:
but the same gonial angle doesn't mean that two persons have the same level of development
I was mainly talking about posture, tongue posture, chewing etc.
Both my friends have the same gonial angle and forward growth. But one just has longer mandible bones + longer maxilla which makes his forward growth appear even bigger. Obv they could have differences in development but I think it’s more of a genetic thing how long the bone itself grows.
 
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germanlooks said:
I was mainly talking about posture, tongue posture, chewing etc.
Both my friends have the same gonial angle and forward growth. But one just has longer mandible bones + longer maxilla which makes his forward growth appear even bigger. Obv they could have differences in development but I think it’s more of a genetic thing how long the bone itself grows.
I don't understand, they have the same forward growth but one has a longer mandible?
That doesn't make sense
Is one taller, has a bigger or longer skull?
 
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germanlooks said:
Don’t know if this got discussed here before but I just realized this the other night when I was out with my friends. Two of them sat close to each other and I could see both their side profiles. Neither of them is recessed or downward grown.
I fact both have a gonial angle similar to Chico’s (probably around 120 degree) and a compact midface.
But still one of them looks much more forward grown. And the reason for that is that his mandible bone/lower jaw bone is just longer than the one of my other friend.
Basically what that means is that the potential of your forward growth depends completely on the genetics of your bone size and not just ideal environment (nose breathing, mewing etc).
Picture example:
View attachment 1324874
both mandibles have the same gonial angle but still one looks more forward grown because of the longer bone size.


TLDR: mandible bone length is significant for forward growth potential
Mandible length is probably the least important factor In a good jawline. Obviously doesn’t hurt to have a Long one tho


it’s mostly about the submental and the hyoid position and a strong visible flaring ramus
 
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SteelTitan said:
I don't understand, they have the same forward growth but one has a longer mandible?
That doesn't make sense
Is one taller, has a bigger or longer skull?
the one with the longer mandible has a longer skull
 
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germanlooks said:
the one with the longer mandible has a longer skull
that's logical but is also influenced by masticatory muscle usage and skull growth as a baby (plagiocephaly, brachycephaly)
 
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Drago Soprano said:
The average mandible is 11 cm long. Assuming you have a giga Chad jaw, it's 12 cm max (above that would look completely retarded and underbite tier) not counting the mentalis protuberance (the roundness at the end). Your dick is below 5 inches long?
11 cm including the ramus? What's the average mandible length of just the mandible body?
 
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LooksOverAll said:
11 cm including the ramus? What's the average mandible length of just the mandible body?

11 cm – 12 cm is just the mandible’s body. Including the ramus the average is about 18.5 cm.

 
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joseph said:
yea bsso is just increasing that length, and it seems like the max bsso movements are like 15 to 18mm. The length of the mandible must depend on the forward growth of the maxilla though?

you can get up to 30 mm with super bimax
 
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LooksOverAll said:
11 cm including the ramus? What's the average mandible length of just the mandible body?
no, not including the ramus. also, measuring this is kind of dumb because it's impossible to omit soft tissue if you're not measuring an xray
 
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mine is veyr long then lmfao
 

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