John Mew’s lectures part 2 – Facial Growth

Orthotropics 2. Facial growth. If we apply the “Cell Volition Theory” to human growth we need to remember the importance of ‘position’ or in its long-term context ‘posture’, as this is what enables the cells to grow naturally to the right place with no pushing or pulling. I was taught that during evolution the genes…

Episode 0: Introduction – Mike and John Mew are back

Orthotropics 0. History of Orthotropics. My father was an orthodontist practicing in the times of Edward Angle who is considered by many to be the Father of Orthodontics. Although Angle was best known for developing non-extraction orthodontics he also believed in the influence of the soft tissues saying “Orthodontic treatments are very unlikely to succeed,…