Say someone doesn't like that their maxilla bone is too long because the height of the maxilla affects the placement, position and angle of the mandible relatively.
If one were to apply mechanical force from the mandible underneath the hand (pushing up) while countering the force either with the neck and/or pulling the head forward and down for prolonged periods of time, steadily and consistently, will the maxilla literally move upwards?
Simply put, as I understand it, bones remodeled due to consistent mechanical tension and stress placed on them lifelong as part of osteoblastic/osteoclastic activity and bone metabolism. My question is, assuming my line of thinking here is right, would the maxilla actually move upwards and the mandible will rotate too? How far up can it go before it would affect facial structure in a negative and/or potentially dangerous way, and how long would this take to do if done 1-2 hours per day, 7 days a week with about 1-4 lbs. of consistent, balanced and equalized force?