Why is my pony placing tongue on front teeth after eating?
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What effect does sucking your tongue have on you?
if your tongue is between your front teeth when you suck it, you get an open bite. your front teeth can also stick out. i suck my tongue too but instead of it between my teeth, i fold my tongue in half and then suck it. that caused me to have an overbite because somehow in folding my tongue and sucking it, it caused my lower jaw to go in hence my overbite.
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"hm. maybe because your really clumsy?" this was the last answer, but it is not scientific in the slightest, and, to some, insulting. It is, in my opinion, because when you chew, your tongue moves around a lot, and with the movement of your teeth, this can cause you to accidentally bite your own tongue...
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