Age 6

Originally, her lower jaw was trapped back behind her upper teeth, constricting her airway.

Signs of grinding and clenching, to breathe better while sleeping, shown by her worn and flat front teeth.

Used forward growth and development to guide her jaw growth in a more optimal direction, allowing lower front teeth to be visible and correcting her



Age 6

  • Lower jaw set back more
  • Forward head posture

Age 7

  • Upper and lower jaws developed forward
  • Improved posture
  • No spacing between baby teeth.
  • Permanent teeth will be crowded when they come in.
  • Restless sleep.
  • Used forward growth and development to create the space needed for permanent teeth.
  • Created more space for her tongue.
  • Significantly improved her airway.
  • Improved sleep quality.
  • No sideways or lateral expansion was done, only developed upper and lower jaws forward.