What structure holds the tongue to the floor of the mouth?
Your 11 year old have a bump that looks like an abscess under her tongue on the floor of her mouth what is that?
As you are kissing your partner, you insert your tongue into their mouth. Its almost like your tongue and their tongue are caressing each other. When you are kissing slide your tongue into his/her mouth and make sure your eyes are closed. The girl holds the back of his neck. The guy holds her backside or back. Make sure both of you are rubbing tongues
Is the thin membrane of skin that connects from the floor of your mouth to your tongue's tip important and if not can you remove it to make the tongue stick out more or be more flexible?
A girl who used to be in my school had a medical case where her tongue was more or less attached to the floor of her mouth. The membrane was either too short or too rigid. But the doctors made her have it surgically removed because she couldn't speak clearly otherwise. I guess it allows your tongue to move around your mouth properly.
Tongue tied (or ankyloglossia) is an oral anomaly in which the underside of the tongue is connected to the floor of the mouth by a mucus membrane. Other than decreasing the tongue's mobility, this is not a harmful condition at all. It can be easily repaired by a doctor who fixes it by basically just snipping the mucous membrane so the tongue is no longer tethered to the mouth.
The pharynx is the area immediately behind the mouth and nasal cavity before the oesophagus. The tongue is used to push the food towards the back of the throat to initiate the swallowing reflex. Swallowing reflex is initiated by touch receptors in the pharynx as a bolus of food is pushed to the back of the mouth by the tongue. Tongue