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Title: Lisps
Post by: thmessx on 02. January 2019, 11:53:28 AM
Anyone a fan of lisps & braces? willing to share...
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Post by: Azbracesfan on 02. January 2019, 19:15:11 PM
Myself!
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Post by: thmessx on 02. January 2019, 22:53:46 PM
Nice, want to share?
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Post by: Azbracesfan on 03. January 2019, 01:29:22 AM
Of course!
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Post by: libtech on 14. January 2019, 05:32:48 AM
The lisp is amazing. I find it extremely joyful to have my speech impeded on by a mass of orthodontc devices inside my mouth and protruding out of my mouth! ; )
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Post by: retained on 14. January 2019, 19:37:37 PM
Great when others have a lisp from something new. I really like that.

Strangely, with mine, I was really self-conscious about a lisp when I first got to wear plates and thought that it was obvious to everyone, which made me stumble over my words. After a couple of days I recorded myself and realised that nothing was noticeable.
For me, I like to know that I have the plates in and feel them but I like that I have learned to talk and eat with them and nothing is noticeable. Its like they are part of me and, in fact, I can probably say S's a bit clearer with them in than without. 
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Post by: Miketehcat on 24. January 2019, 16:50:14 PM
Yes! Love having a lisp.
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Post by: MikeB on 01. February 2019, 21:15:54 PM
My wife just got her braces off and her Hawley retainers give her a pronounced lisp. I'm digging it!
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Post by: libtech on 13. February 2019, 09:58:40 AM
^ Thats awesome bro! Enjoy it to the fullest!
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Post by: Bracesluvr on 12. March 2019, 06:26:06 AM
Huge fan of orthodontic speech impediments and lisping. I want a woman in braces and appliances that wishes to be resrtricted orally with her mouth totally bound and fully wired. Major issues with all her words leaving her very understandably nervous and shy since she can hardly be understood by people. She would decide to undergo a serious overhaul on her mouth and her braces make her anxiety and fear ten times larger. I would make her speak in public as well as eat in a restaurant where she is forced to drool and lisp as she makes garbled words tangle in a wet drooling mess of unintelligible sounds that make her lock up and stop speaking so she may not be exposed as a adult with a mouthful of children’s braces that take over her life and leave her lishping and thursty as she tries to get her dinner ordered from the French waiter that cannot for the life of him make out her request or even any word that is dood related. I let her take her face bows out for dinner leaving them on the table for all to see. She has 12 elastics and top and bottom expanders that are fixed in. Her tongue thrust appliance is extra and bulky for max speech impeding and her pallete is filled
With acrylic so she is totally stuffed with orthodontics and I continue to add more and increase her tightness leaving her in complete oral servitude full bound and very visible to all. She must talk and live as if she was totally free of her metal. I make her embarrassed daily as I force her to make people ask her to repeat herself as if it will be any better. She is publicly humiliated as she explains why she can’t talk clearly making them uncomfortable as she drools and slobbers while people laugh and point making her even more nervous trying to pass the subject and het her point across without extra idle chit chat that is her worst possible thing she is always running away from. Her body is slim and her Rita are fake so she gets more attention than most, I make her wear high heels so she cannot sneak away from people making her more noticeable than ever. Her mouth is shiny steel and fully encased leaving a little bit of her teeth showing as she tries to close her lips all the way over her mouth. Her lipstick is bright red and her teeth are super white, she is a total hottie and she cannot even say the words to her favorite song or make herself heard amongst a group since she can only make small words and lots of thrusting as she forces herself to ask for a straw. I make her go to PTA meetings and hold the Girl Scout camp outs alone so she must make herself able to get by or she will just be incapable of much self care. She will be my losing and speech impediment queen for 1 year as I force her to live as a submissive silent sex doll that chose to be forced into mouth bondage leaving her nearly mute and publicly having her tell people what’s her orthodontist is making her do is so much fun. I have her mouth as my toy and my case to try severe self punishment for her. She can’t even complain or ask for anything to be removed. She has to ask for more extras weekly since she is also enjoying her self silence and her mouth of torture for both of us to enjoy. She always was smiling and still cannot stop. Her torture is fully displayed for all to see as she is somewhere telling somebody her dentist is a really great guy and he is a total professional. She trusts him and is willing to allow her social life and work life to suffer as she is only allowed to stay home and rest for her treatment making her a home body and a bit of a sexy maid for me to enjoy. She gets her teeth all put on and banded with her face bows before I even wake. She is always totally braced and fully dressed for the entire day making it her uniform of silence and lit hoping that ith tho pleathimg to lithen and look at.
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Post by: Embers on 16. March 2019, 03:43:33 AM
that's a cool fantasy. I love the idea of having a mouth full of metal. I'd want to do an outing with my friends wearing it though. Also I'd want to add a facemask to it because I love that the elastics have to come out of your mouth and it totally brings attention to your face. I don't' think braces are embarrassing but I'd definitely feel self concious wearing it all. I still would. But I know I'd get used to it and eventually be able to enjoy myself when I'm wearing braces.
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Post by: surfreak on 16. March 2019, 06:02:46 AM
Hi Embers!

What you write makes absolutely sense. You really get used to a lot of stuff, placed in your mouth.
Did you ever have to wear any kind of braces by yourself?
Are you planning to order something from the braces store?
I have two sets of bracees from here and am very lucky with them. My favourite brace is my modified twinblock with telescopic herbst and headgear. I love the feeling and also the look of the wires coming out of my mouth and being secured with a lot of straps.
In the beginning I could hardly speak with them, but now my wife - and she´s the only one who knows about them - understands me quite good, when I´m talking to her, with mit "full mouth"
Unfortunately she does not really like me wearing them. But sometimes she must accept it ;-)

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Post by: Embers on 16. March 2019, 10:36:36 AM
Unfortunately, I've never worn braces in my life :(
I'm kinda new to this so I don't know what all the stuff is called but as soon as I learn enough about them, I'm totally going to buy some stuff from the store
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Post by: surfreak on 16. March 2019, 16:14:14 PM
If you have any questions, don‘t hesitate to ask me  ;)
I love talking about braces.
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Post by: Embers on 18. March 2019, 03:19:56 AM
mostly I'm just figuring out what does what and how it's used
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Post by: sull88 on 18. March 2019, 23:44:48 PM
I had a slight lisp before braces and it has gotten quite worse since getting them on.
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Post by: Braceme on 19. March 2020, 05:00:39 AM
None with braces, but when I got my retainers - sluuuurp.

My orthodontist was sort of annoying in the way retention phase worked. I got my braces off, then had molds done, then was told to pick up my retainers 3 weeks later and to wear them 24/7 for a week. It was embarrassing because everyone had just gotten used to my metal-free smile. I tried at first to go about my day as normal, but when coworkers couldn’t understand me, I shut up for the week, and think I became permanently quieter once I was done with daytime retainer wear.
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Post by: Hops on 23. March 2020, 11:15:31 AM
I had a slight lisp at first with retainers but it got better over a short time.
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Post by: Velteau on 27. March 2020, 17:55:28 PM
If you have any questions, don‘t hesitate to ask me  ;)
I love talking about braces.

Towards the end of your other post you mention that she's also enjoying herself and is constantly asking for more. Don't you think that that's a bit antithetical to the torture and humiliation she's going through?

I love the idea of appliances so invasive they cause severe speech impediments, but I'd rather they be forced onto the victim instead. Don't you reckon the suffering is more authentic that way?
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Post by: agarionoob on 05. April 2020, 10:04:12 AM
I find lisps on others pretty cute, especially if it's caused by braces or other appliances. Maybe it's the sense that they don't have full control over their voice.
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Post by: Headgear-compliance on 13. April 2020, 08:44:35 AM
I've only experienced fixed braces and headgear myself and although it was awkward in my mouth, it didn't (really) impede my speech.

I was intrigued when I learned about the tongue crib feature. I imagine a treatment plan that involves moving the crib further and further (or larger and larger) to essentialy make it more and more difficult to talk.

I'm curious how a 'regular' retainer compares to a tongue crib and other features that makes it harder to speak?
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Post by: Braceme on 18. April 2020, 04:11:21 AM
I've only experienced fixed braces and headgear myself and although it was awkward in my mouth, it didn't (really) impede my speech.

I was intrigued when I learned about the tongue crib feature. I imagine a treatment plan that involves moving the crib further and further (or larger and larger) to essentialy make it more and more difficult to talk.

I'm curious how a 'regular' retainer compares to a tongue crib and other features that makes it harder to speak?

Suggestion: go to any local ortho and say that you lost your retainer and ask if they can make you a new one. Mention, by the way, that your old orthodontist told you you thrusted your tongue in your sleep and gave you a retainer with some metal bars hanging down from behind the front teeth. They’ll know what you mean :)
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Post by: Goggio on 21. April 2020, 11:06:17 AM
I had lisps for some weeks with bite block behind my upper canine, but now it's ok...   
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Post by: pi314phi18 on 21. May 2020, 18:49:53 PM
I had lisps when my ortho putted me bite blocks in my canines and more when that was changed to frontal teeth. Also when I had to wear elastics from lingual surface of my bottom canines and premolar to outside of my canines