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What Are Tori, Can They Be Removed, and Why Should They Be Removed?


Posted on 10/10/2022 by Mountain State Oral and Facial Surgery
What Are Tori, Can They Be Removed, and Why Should They Be Removed?Tori is an abnormal dental growth that occurs as extra bone in the mouth. They occur on the side of the tongue of the lower jaw. Also, they develop on the palate and the roof of the mouth. In most cases, their development is associated with teeth grinding or bruxism.

Can Tori be Removed?


Dental professionals use surgical interventions to get rid of the lower jaw and the Tori. During the surgical procedure, the gums are lifted, and drills are used to eliminate the excess bone growth. The remaining bones are smoothened, and the dentists stitch the gums to close them.

Moreover, depending on the patient's case, the dentist may place a splint on the treated area to allow the patient to gain comfort and easy and quick healing. Furthermore, some patients opt for sedation treatment before the surgical intervention since this procedure contains numerous invasive natures to remove the extra bones.

In many dental clinics, oral and maxillofacial surgeons have been involved in this procedure, as well as a present aesthetician who ensures anesthesia is administered safely for the patient.

Can all Tori be Surgically Removed?


According to research and dental experience, removing all the Tori from the mouth is difficult since it involves many invasive procedures that can cause severe blood loss if the surgeons are not extra careful.

However, some situations can lead to the removal of Tori. These can included; when there is an interference with the position and motion of the tongue, when the size of the Tori causes difficulties in oral hygiene, or when the patient develops difficulties in speech, chewing, and swallowing
Generally, Tori causes more challenges to the patient's oral health and may interfere with the normal performance of the tongue and mouth. Therefore, when the condition causes interferences, seek dental assistance for better treatment.

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