Question by  superman21 (48)

What can you tell me about tori in the mouth?


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Found in the lower part of the jaw line, these boney abnormalities are not harmful nor do they cause pain and usually removed when dental work is done for dentures.


Answer by  EarlZ (93)

This is a normal bony abnormal growth in a particular jaw. It is foundly mostly in the innner part of the lower jaw.


Answer by  vir (118)

Tori are bony elevations present in the mouth. It is usually present in the palate or in the floor of the mouth near the mylohyoid ridge. It is not harmful and is removed only if a denture need to be constructed or is intefering with the noraml fuunctions of mastication.

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