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... i have the same problem. im not sure if its tori since tori is on the tongue side of the jaw. mine is on the cheek side! is that still considered tori? (9 replies)
... There appears to be serious and sudden bone growth in first my upper, then lower jaw below the gum line and about where the deep roots of the teeth rest. I have never noticed such pronounced ridges before and now the appearance of my mouth is almost alien. ... (9 replies)
... Anyway, I thought that 3 months later, all was find but here comes that bone growth on my lower jaw! It is very painful as it is now sticking out of my gum and it is quite sharp. I haven't used any Slim Fast products but I've been using Ensure extra proteins to make sure that I get enough proteins in a day. ... (9 replies)

... I have major bone growth under my gums. My dentist says I need to see and oral surgeon to have the bone grafted down. Has anyone had this procedure done before. I chew gum a lot. Do you think this is why I have the bone growth? ... (0 replies)
... My son had a periodontal work done that included donor tissue to build up the tissue along his lower gum line. Abnormal bone growth began on both sides of chin shortly after the procedure. I would like to know what caused the bone growth, but have not been able to get any answers. ... (0 replies)
Bone Shaving
Jan 7, 2007
... I'm not sure if it is the same type procedure or not, but I had a LARGE boney tori removed from my upper left jaw 2 months ago. The extra bone growth was so large that I was getting food caught between the bone and my cheek and I was getting sores. ... (1 replies)
... There were a number of threads here inquiring about gum grafts. I was slated to have one yesterday on my top left canine tooth. ... (3 replies)
... My dentist told me I'm crazy but I KNOW for a fact this happened. About two years ago I went to the dentist because I was chewing gum and it disappeared in mid chew. It felt like my whole tooth lifted up, I hear a crunch and it was completely gone. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks Lateeth it is great to know that they are able to succeed in growing the teeth. I am just wondering how your dentist kept your own bone during surgery. Where did he take it from? ... (25 replies)
... at night and it is triggering my extra bone growth. In others, they may lose bone. Go figure. ... (1 replies)
... I am only telling you what my periodontist told me and it is what i think she told me if i understood it correctly. the flap surgery is to help the gum disease to get rid of it. Many people who have gum disease also get receding gums but my gums had not receded and in fact I had lots of gum. ... (25 replies)
... rt cracked off after a few days and that had a piece of stitch hardened into it so i had to have my husband cut through the stitch because the stitch was thru my gum and the broken bandage was hanging by it. When he cut the stitch we took off the bandage and i was fine but it was a bit painful until we got that done. ... (25 replies)
... I have been told by an oral surgeon that I have a traumatic bone cyst. It was discovered because I have all this fluid that built up underneath my gum in and around the cyst. ... (0 replies)
Gum Flap procedure
Apr 13, 2007
... I had a different procedure done last October, but the process was similar. I had a very large boney growth on my upper jaw. ... (2 replies)
Aug 11, 2010
... My procedure involved having him give me multiple shots to numb the area. He then went in and made an incision trom the lower to upper part of my gum and pulled the gum down. ... (1 replies)
... To answer your question, Skymonkey, yes, my bone loss has stabilized. One of the greateast improvement was the switch to an electric toothbrush. This machine is worth every penny. ... (7 replies)
Dental Problem
Jan 19, 2001
... Last year I spent a tremendous sum to save one of my eye teeth. An xray revealed a growth near the tooth and the recommended surgery was complicated including a bone graft and biopsy. All went well including the biopsy. ... (0 replies)
Lump on gum
Jan 10, 2007
... I can't respond on any cancer possibilities, but I can respond on my experiences with a boney growth. Growth of extra bone can take place on the outer side of your jaw. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks, Gellia. Excellent advice. My gums, fortunately, have completely healed over the graft and extraction sites. Of course they're still a little tender with pressure (I checked and that's apparently normal) but I heal pretty quickly, typically. I guess now I just need to figure out where I can find Freedent. :) (7 replies)
... Good idea. Just be sure your gum has healed over the graft. Most bone grafts are reconstituted dried bone, commonly called "bone in a bottle". The consistency is like cream of wheat. ... (7 replies)

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