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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. ... (9 replies)
... Did your peridontist recommend you take vitamin k suppliments. My husband had to take this, and he has had successful bone growth. ... (2 replies)

... Its been 4 months and there has been no bone growth. I am no longer seeing this perio as my relative is a periodontist. In any case, he is really disappointed with the lack of bone growth and doubts anything will grow within the next 2 months. ... (2 replies)
... electrical pulses...i've read that this actually stimaulates bone growth and I don't know if my face zapper for wrinkles counts, but you've probably seen them, they've been around for a while. ... (5 replies)
... You can have tiny bone growth on your bum. It's not very common but I've seen some. If that is the case there is nothing you can do about it. Sometimes they do get a little larger. ... (7 replies)
... hink 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)
... What does the underside an upperside of your gums look like? ... (38 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)
... 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)
... ms9799 are you still in pain? ... (2 replies)
Alveoloplasty
Aug 11, 2010
... on the outside portion of my upper and lower jaws due to some severe bruxism. I kept getting food caught between it and my gums and getting sores. I went to an exodontist to have them removed. ... (1 replies)
... As openarmz5 said it could also be a tori which is a bony growth that many people have. They don't bother you unless they are in a place where a denture would have to rest or they interfere with your teeth or bite. ... (3 replies)
... JCW247- I've now had 4 installments of "osseous" gum surgery in which my gums were flapped back around 4 different teeth, the area was cleaned and then a synthetic substance was placed to promote bone re-growth. Apparently prior to the technology of grafts they had to harvest bone (ech). Each surgery was ~$800 of which usually around $200 was covered by my insurance. ... (8 replies)
Pocket numbers?
Jun 1, 2005
... I just had my last flap surgery a few days ago. It has been almost 6 mos since the first quad was done so my dentist is waiting to do probing until 6 months but she said based on what she can see so far she thinks I will be able to keep the rest of my teeth but i will have to do 3 cleanings a year to make sure to keep any further infection away...As I said, the other 3... (6 replies)
... Actually, as far as accutane is concerned, I contacted a law firm in this regards some time ago. I was not really after money, to be honest. ... (7 replies)
... I was going to do it myself, but then had a bone graft, and my perio said "no peroxide. ... (5 replies)
... I had my bottom right wisdom tooth pulled 4 weeks and 2 days ago. The dentist worked for over an hour to extract the tooth owing to my high bone density. The bleeding stopped after a few hours and the pain medication kept me relatively comfortable. ... (1 replies)
... in the past 2 years on my teeth. I didn't have bleeding gums either, just a couple of increasingly sensitive teeth. ... (8 replies)
... About the only way I can get it off is holding very warm salt water in my mouth then using a paper towel to wipe it out! YUCK! not a good feeling for sure... ... (28 replies)




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