I don't know if it's adenoid face, but I don't usually snore, and now I can't close my mouth because of my teeth.
Hello, from the picture you gave, consider the possible relationship with teeth, it is recommended that you can take your child to the pediatrician to check whether there is glandular hypertrophy, and then symptomatic treatment, the child's teeth can be considered orthodontic, but need to wait until after 14 weeks of age, after all the teeth are full before you can consider orthodontic, it is recommended that usually when the child rest, try to ensure that the indoor air is moist, and should be diligent in changingIt is recommended that when the child rests, try to ensure that the indoor air is moist, and to change the bed sheets and covers, so as to ensure the quality of sleep.
From the picture, there seems to be elongation of the maxilla, protruding upper incisors, and thick lips.The possibility of having adenoid hypertrophy with adenoid facies cannot be ruled out.It is recommended to visit the ENT and stomatology departments of regular hospitals.A nasopharyngoscopy or CT examination of the nasopharynx may also be required for orthodontics.
This condition cannot be determined as adenoid facies. If you don't know whether your child has snoring, you can also visit the ENT department and have a nasopharyngoscopy or CT examination of the nasopharynx, as well as visit the regular stomatology department.Combine this with clinical examination to see if there is any protrusion of teeth.