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In bilateral fractures the central loose segment is driven downwards and backwards towards the hyoid bone by the force causing the fracture, and is held in this position by the muscles attached to the chin, while both lateral fragments are tilted outwards and forwards by the masseters and temporals.
At Louisa's first appointment with Dr Khanna in May, he explained that the main jaw muscles can be overworked and in Louisa's case it had produced visibly bulky, enlarged lower jaw muscles (masseters) and upper jaw muscles (temporalis).