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How old? Perhaps you can fix with nutrition so the jaw grows properly.
An underbite is evidence that any narrowing of jaw/palate and especially the middle third of the face... means the bones of the face are being compromised by inadequate nutrition to support growth in the skeleton, see these articles:
Is it Mental or is it Dental?--
Cranial & Dental Impacts on Total Health
Ancient Dietary Wisdom for Tomorrows Children
Is there any other cause, do you think, for an underbite? (not the narrow-face overbite)
My 4yo daughter has a pretty pronounced underbite, where her upper front teeth are entirely inside her lower ones, with a gap she can put her tongue through.... and it looks like my 11mo will have one too, though maybe not as severe.
My older daughter is a great eater and loves healthy foods of all types, including what the WAPF recommends. Her sister is proving to be a bit pickier, but still enjoys a wide variety of whole foods. They both eat fish, meats, and raw milk products.
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