Archive for December 12th, 2010
The lisp is manifested by the lack of pronunciation of words. This is a common occurrence in children. A priori, there is nothing more worrying because until the age of 6 years, medical treatment is unnecessary. But if this problem is exaggerated and that person can no longer understand what the child wants to transmit, then it is essential to consult a specialist.
Medical examinations will focus on the mouth, nose or ears (ENT). These diagnostics will detect any abnormalities in these organs. There is talk of a closer look at the tongue and jaw to see if there is a malformation or serous otitis which prevents small to hear. Read the rest of this entry »