I am on my first tray of my first day using Invisalign. It's definitely a bit of a change, which I expected. In terms of my speech, I am not able to bite all the way down as I thought I would so there is some adjusting that I have to do there.
Quick tip: I am an actor and I've had a few years of voice and speech training. Try to make sure the tip of your tongue is near your gum ridge (where your front tooth ends and your gum begins) when pronouncing your s's. If the tip of your tongue is touching the back of your two front teeth then the lisp will be more prevalent. It takes a lot of practice, but if you work on it little by little the lisp should lessen. And maybe when your finished the Invisalign process, your tongue placement may stay :)
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