Q: What are the symptoms of mandibular tori, compared with other dental growths on the gums? I have bony growths in my mouth ( along the lower gum / jaw ) , and from looking at dental pictures online , I believe that they are a disorder of the lower Tori . But I had a dental check-ups for years, and my dentist has never mentioned anything about the growths being mandibular torus .
If , if it helps , I have had other symptoms , such as inflammation of the gums and mouth pain around the bone , and pain in the throat / tonsils. I also have had strange symptoms like tingling jaw , and lose ( adult! ) teeth over bony protrusions . Finally , my symptoms include slurred speech , and the growths have gotten so big I can hardly speak. Also , the lumps ( lumps ) are hard , not soft and thick , like oral cancer.
Symptoms of Mandibular Tori
Symptoms include lower Tori bone growth on the lower mandible. Excess bone can be painless or painful. Other symptoms of the lower Tori are:
- poor oral hygiene ( the growth blocking your toothbrush ) ,
- slurred speech ,
- and throat pain ,
- growths getting so large that it touches and irritates the tonsils.
- tingling jaw as the bone begins to sever the lower nerves.
Lower Tori symptoms , however, do not include inflammation of the gums and loose adult teeth. These are symptoms of a different dental condition , such as dental abscess that needs draining , or advanced gingivitis. All of these symptoms are from poor oral hygiene , as well as types can not get brush properly when Torus is on the way .
Mandibular torus Symptoms Vs. Gingivitis ( gum disease)
Mandibular torus symptoms are harmless , but the signs are inflammed gums , tender / painful gums in place of growth, receeding gumlines , and loose adult teeth. These are all symptoms of advanced deterioration or gingivitis – and not the symptoms of mandibular torus . If you have these symptoms , run , do not walk to the dentist before you have to have jaw Tori reduction and a root canal at the same time .
Mandibular Tori Vs. Oral Cancer Symptoms
Usually, the symptoms of oral cancer vs jaw torus differ . Both lower torus and oral cancer are caused by growths in the mouth and gums, but the growths are significantly different. The warning signs of cancer are that the lips are squishy , along with unilateral and symmetrical growth on the jaw line. Oral cancer can cause severe pain and can cause a bad odor ( halitosis ) in the mouth.
Mandibular Tori is different from oral cancer in several ways. Lower Tori symptoms include more symmetrical, smooth growth along the jaw. Also, the torus growths will feel like heavy bones, instead of soft tissue , and will not have a ” bubble -like” appearance or texture.
Removal of Mandibular Tori
Both lower Mandibular Tori and oral cancer can be large or small growths . Lower Tori symptoms usually do not involve pain . However, if the symptoms of this condition of the tooth becomes painful or grows so large that it interferes with daily brushing habits and oral hygiene , a dental practitioner will recommend surgery to remove the torus.