... I wear dentures and I can hardly wear them because I have 2 spurs on the bottom of my gums. It is really bothering me. Can you recommend anything? ... (0 replies)
... Oh yes it's Me LOL with a new adventure; it's been almost a month and I still have not been able to be fitted with my new teeth yet....I'm loosing weight like crazy (about 12 lbs. the past two wks.) because I have a high metabolism and eat eat all day normally - I AMMMMM starving!!!
******Anywho the actual thing I came by for was: I am getting a few bone "spurs" in my... (7 replies)
... months pregnant, and have never had problems with my gums or teeth before in my life. Not even a cavity. Last week, suddenly I got what I thought was a sore inside my mouth. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Scarlett,
Me too have the same problem with you. I have painless bone/swell all over my gum (front, back, upper and lower jaw).
Over time, it grow gradually, i am really worry that it maybe some kind of abnormal grow. I don't have the courage to see a surgeon. What should i do?
what is your condition, just want to know whether i am having the same problem as you.
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... The only trouble I had was when I first got my dentures. I got a lot more bone spurs on the lower gums, but I don't if that is the norm. I also got more sore spots on the lowers, underneath my tongue. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, could u explain to me what these look like? Could they look like a big blister? Or boil? (15 replies)
... could be that your painless lump that "feels like bone", actually IS bone! I have bone spurs all over my gums. My gums have always been very bony and stick out pretty bad, and now I have all of these small hard spurs. ... (15 replies)
... Because Of My Fears...with What I Have Read On The Web It Is Normal To Find Those Little Pieces...in Fact, My Extraction Healed Over, And A Little Later A Small Bone Spur Worked Its Way Out, And I Haven't Felt Anything Else. ... (34 replies)
... Bone spurs that is it. My dentist said this might happen. Will they come out by them selfs or is it necessary to pull them out. ... (5 replies)
... It sounds like you are having some bone spurs. The best thing to do to get rid of them is to "chew" bubble gum with your gums. It helps pull them out. ... (5 replies)
... ing well. Mumps all gone, and outside of vitamins I am pill free, just in time to go back in on Tuesday. I am having the implants on the bottom uncovered and a bone graphing done on the top right again. Not to major, hopefully a couple days of Tylenol and I should be back on the go and this time with chewing abilities. ... (289 replies)
... There are no bone spurs that I know of ... never had them ... but why does it still hurt to chew? ... (289 replies)
... There are no bone spurs that I know of ... never had them ... but why does it still hurt to chew? ... (0 replies)
... I had healthy teeth and now because of a bone infection I am faced with dentures and implants. The extraction of all my teeth was really hard for me to face. The implants are necessary ones. ... (9 replies)
... Remember, my gums aren't completely healed yet. ... (492 replies)
... to hurt to much, so dont have to get numbed up for a day. They are not to bad right now but then the week is still young. Even with the xrays these slivers or bone spurs although they feel like toothpick size are really tiny and hard to detect through all the blood and swelling. ... (492 replies)
... Finally figured out what the problem is.. I have bone spurs on almost every area where they took out teeth.. I have lost 3 in the last 24 hours and my gums hurt so bad.. I can easily count about 5 more, all along the front part of the bottom .. but they haven't popped through yet. ... (492 replies)
... hate plain yogurt and its the only thing that seems to get rid of it for me. Also last night while doing my nighty ritual of cleaning my gums, I found two more bone spurs. At least these ones dont hurt, yet. But that is just because I cant wear the teeth I think. Just something else to add to the daily issues I guess. ... (492 replies)
... to use the glue on any part other then the roof to help hold the tops in, I am not allowed to wear the bottoms anymore. With all the problems I was having with bone spurs, pressure spots, and lack of bone mass Dr. G figured I better not overstress the gum tissue anymore then it already has been. ... (492 replies)
... of the time. Most of the time it is when either several teeth are extracted at one time or when it was a difficult extraction, usually a molar, and the small bone fragments that are normally holding the tooth in position are knocked loose and now that the swelling is going down they are working there way out. ... (8 replies)