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... Bone spurs are very common with extractions. They are little pieces of bone that work themselves out of the gum following an extraction. So, don't worry to much about that. Your dentist could sedate you for the rest of your extractions, depending on your comfort level. ... (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. ... (15 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)
... th before in my life. Not even a cavity. Last week, suddenly I got what I thought was a sore inside my mouth. I went to the dentist, and it turned out to be a bone spur, or a bit of bone exposed through my gums, apparently because of eating something sharp that poked a hole in my gums. ... (1 replies)
... over and it keeps absesing over and over, i understand that smoking reduces healing time, but its almost a month and i cant get fitted for dentures,these are not bone spurs,but it seems like my body is trying to work it out on its own,and could this be left over teeth because of 2 that were broke off down to the gumline. ... (0 replies)
New denture's
Dec 31, 2006
... It sounds like it is bone spurs. I had one in a spot where I hadn't had a tooth in quite some time. It didn't make much sense to me. LOL! You might try chewing gum without your dentures. Sometimes that helps get the piece of bone out. Are you using adhesive? ... (3 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. If you can get a grip on them, you can try to pull them out. But they are very small and it is hard to get to them. ... (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)
... Hello! Glad to see that everyone seems to be doing ok. Semperwife, the bone spurs are normal. Try to chew some gum without your dentures. It may be kind of painful, but it helps the bone spurs come out. ... (492 replies)
... Dee, I didn't have my teeth removed for dental reasons. I contracted a bone infection in my jawbone. ... (492 replies)
... Well I have had the gum and bone smoothed by them scraping the bone and cutting and relaying the gum tissue once. I was sedated for that one and it was a bit painful for a few days afterwards. I couldn't eat anything but liquids. ... (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)
... existant. Swelling reduction and healing going wonderful and better then he expected. The best news is that my jaw bone has started to regenerate itself. I guess the worry was that the bone was so damaged that it may not be able to heal correctly or completely. ... (492 replies)
... s morning from the dentist office, just checking to see how I was doing. I thought that was nice. Well in the conversation I told her about removing one of the bone spurs myself and that I still have the ones in the very front bottom that are really sensitive. ... (492 replies)
... n't lie to you. This is a very rough road, but it does get better! My tops haven't caused me much problems, but the bottoms are another story! I have had alot of bone spurs myself and the are so painful! You might try chewing gum with your teeth out. It does help get the spurs out. It is kinda hard to do, but it is worth it! ... (492 replies)
... Casey I am the last person to say hang in there, lol but I know what you are going thru, my lips also get very dry I have 2 bottles of blistex one in my purse, and one on my coffee table, the bone spurs are the worse I am still getting them and I am4 months out, I tried to explain to my husband that it feels like a wood sliver in your gum, I am kind of lucky mine work... (492 replies)
... this makes no sense to me, during the initial phase of denture wearing it is so critical to have a good secure fit and to be free of bone spurs. ... (492 replies)




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