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Unrestricted access to the lips and face are critical for speech-language pathologists in rehabilitative and habilitative therapy. Patients such as deaf and hard of hearing patients, children, and apraxia patients need to able to visually observe cues when working with their therapists. Traditional masks block the ability to see mouth movements and facial expressions, affecting the quality of services and treatment received.
With the ClearMask transparent face mask, SLP's are able to provide full, clear access to the face, including the lips, teeth and tongue, all of which are essential in the field of speech language pathology. By being able to see the full face, patients are empowered and set up for success to achieve their therapeutic
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