Here to post another (possible) problem of mine! Do I qualify as the "Forum Hypochondriac" yet?
When I was in high school, one of my top front teeth was crooked and jutted out a bit. Since I played lead in our jazz band, and playing entire songs above the staff was common practice, I managed to adopt some terrible habits in regards to mashing my upper lip like pizza dough. Suffice to say, this did some terrible things to my lip in the spot where the tooth was. Since then, I have developed (what I believe to be) a bit of scar tissue on the inside of my lip, about halfway between my aperture and the corner of my mouth.
Now that I am taking lessons and attempting to correct my bad habits, I'm coming across a double buzz in the exact spot where the scar tissue exists, and some frustrating response issues.
My question to you all: is scar tissue unfixable? If so, are there ways to work around it?