What can you do for a high palate?

Probably nothing. It generally has no impact on speech or swallowing. It is a non-issue that some people make a big deal about for no good reason.
What do you want. Is there a reason to do something? If not then there is no reason or need to change it. Need a little more information.

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I'm curious as to what can you do about a high palate?

Nothng. Nothing to do .We can expand the arch but that will do little or nothing to correct the high palate.Bone/connective tissue grating maybe possible, but this will diminish your sense of smell/taste. Read more...

What can you do about a high palate and crowded teeth?

Orthodontist. An orthodontist can do palatal expansion to help make room for all the teeth, although sometimes extractions are necessary. Read more...
See your dentist. Upon examination, your dentist can determine whether you need teeth straightening (braces) and may refer you to an orthodontist. Having properly aligned teeth can prevent further dental problem. High palate condition will also be solved with orthopedic/orthodontia. You will breath easier. Read more...
Crowded teeth. A high palate is not as much of a concern as a narrow palate; however they often go hand in hand. If the palate is narrow and you are younger than 16-17 then you can expand the palate. Expansion will also help create some room for crowded teeth. Now, there are limitations and you will need to have an exam and consult with an orthodontist to go over options and limitations. Read more...
High palate=nothing. Orthodontia can change many aspects of your dentition. It is a real positive force for change. The palate can be widened with conventional orthodontics, but the height will not be changed unless significant orthopedic intervention or surgery are done. Read more...
Orthodontic Rx. Both are problems routinely treated by a qualified orthodontic specialist. Ask your dentist for a referral. 1st orthodontic evaluation age 7, or the moment you notice that there is a problem. Go now to the orthodontist and he will help you decide on the timing and best course of treatment for your child. Read more...