Will my speech be affected when I wear Invisalign?

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Anonymous Posted

Will my speech be affected when I wear Invisalign?

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Rachelle Root

James,

Invisalign is very thin and typically doesnt affect a person’s speech. Some clients do notice that it takes a week or two to become accustom to speaking with invisalign in, since your teeth will feel different while wearing them, but it shouldn’t cause any major issues. Invisalign is a great option if you are looking for straighter teeth and don’t want the ‘shock factor" of braces. Good luck!

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Mark Putin

 

Most patients experience a slight lisp when talking after the installation of their first Invisalign tray. This speech defect should go away after a day or two as your tongue gets used to the tray. You should visit this site http://www.shorelinedentalcare.com/dental-services/comprehensive-orthodontics/invisalign-clear-braces they may have some other information you might need before you make your decision.

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Anonymous

you might have a lisp but not everybody has one. If you do have lisp then it will only last a day or so because then you will be used to wearing it.

If you want to try to see if you will have a problem try putting a pencil between your teeth and talking that way.

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Rolph Ellery

Invisalign generally does not affect the speech as the braces are very thin. But if you are facing any problem the take advice from an expert dentist. At the starting when you get the braces, you may feel incovinience while eating or while speaking but after few days you will not face such problems. Read more information about it at http://smilesforsiouxland.com/orthodontics

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Charles Brown

No, it won’t effect your speech though you may feel some difference in first couple of days but later you will be habitual. So without fear wear your invisalign.