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  1. 4mm overjet after braces off?

    I got my braces off a few years ago to treat minor overbite issues, and recently i've noticed that they never fixed my overjet. My back molars are in good alignment, but my front teeth still stick out. I was suggested for surgery originally but my parents refused due to money. Because of this, I still have a very weak chin and my jaw feels too far back when I bite down. Is there any way to fix this malocclusion without surgery?
    Last edited by waterworld; 08-15-2013 at 08:19 PM.

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    i have the same problem ,...can anyone help us ...

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