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The Effect of Teeth on Speaking Properly
Speech is one of the most important elements of human relationships. Some professions are completely based on proper speech. These professions; Some professions, such as politics, acting, speaking, singing, and lawyers, rely heavily on proper speech.
In proper speech, teeth also play an important role in addition to many elements and education.
The examples below highlight this role.
DE and TE sounds emerge when the tip of the tongue is supported by the inclination of the upper incisors on the palate side.
FE and VE sounds are produced when the lower lip touches the cutting edges of the upper incisors.
SE sound comes out with a complicated process. It occurs when the upper and lower incisors are in contact with each other, while the tongue receives support from the tongue side of the molars and the tip of the tongue (making a groove between the incisors) creates an air tube. CE and JE sounds are performed in a similar process; but meanwhile, the tip of the tongue does not join the task.
Teeth, jaw bones, gums, tongue, palate, all of these, chewing, taste. They carry out their duties related to swallowing and speaking as a whole.