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I was told that without dentures I'm speaking with more high pitched voice

Corsair · 80-89, M
I don't know of any physiological reason for it. I think that you have mentioned that your voice pitch gets higher when you are nervous. Does going without dentures make you nervous? I thought that you were used to being toothless.
OlgaAlexeenko · 26-30, F
@Corsair I still nervous with new people, especially when they can't understand what I'm trying to say. So maybe it's a reason.
Corsair · 80-89, M
@OlgaAlexeenko Have you tried putting your dentures in and recording your speech, and then saying the same words without your dentures and comparing the two recordings? You can do this in private, without anyone to see or hear you.
Every alteration to any portion of the skull and associated Bones will alter your voice. One of the nice thing is that our mouths are particularly adaptive, and you may sound different one week after a change but a month after that change you are yourself again. As a singer you know you can change pitch at will
smiler2012 · 56-60
{@olgaalexeenko] pity you did not have a tape recorder to tape yourself and to see what the result was or it was bull
why do you need dentures at such a young age
Royrogers · 61-69, M
More likely the other way

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