Tori Removal

Tori is an extra bone growth on the upper and lower jawbones. It can be removed surgically. Tori is not cancerous and do not need additional treatment, except for removal. Ignoring this issue, will give you speech problems and restrict you from enjoying the foods you like. 


The most common symptoms of tori removal are:

  • Inflammation of gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Irritated tonsils
  • Throat pain
  • Sore Jaw
  • Slurred speech
  • Ill-fitting dentures and removable prosthesis

Surgery is recommended when tori starts interfering with speech or life quality. The dentist will examine your mouth, how much the bone has grown, and the symptoms you are experiencing to determine if surgery is required.

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