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Is it normal for my tongue to hit my front teeth during speech?

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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
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In brief: It is normal

Many words in the English require you to use your tongue to pronounce a word (e.
g. the) and touch the back of your teeth.

In brief: It is normal

Many words in the English require you to use your tongue to pronounce a word (e.
g. the) and touch the back of your teeth.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. David Satloff
Pain Management

In brief: Palate follow thru

The tongue typically finishes articulation by going to the roof of the mouth.
The number 1 reason for improper tongue posture is an impedied airway. See an ENT for this issue.

In brief: Palate follow thru

The tongue typically finishes articulation by going to the roof of the mouth.
The number 1 reason for improper tongue posture is an impedied airway. See an ENT for this issue.
Dr. David Satloff
Dr. David Satloff
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