Tori Dental Removal – Does it Hurt?

July 3, 2017
Dental tori are bony growths in the mouth that can cause irritation or discomfort. Sometimes it’s necessary to have tori removed. But does a tori dental removal hurt? You may be relieved to learn that it doesn’t have to, especially with cutting-edge WaterLase therapy.  ...
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What Causes Dental Tori

June 12, 2017
If you have ever noticed a bump on the inside of your mouth near where your teeth connect to your jawbone, you may have a dental torus. The technical term is a torus mandibularis—the plural is tori. Even so, they’re normally harmless, and many people don’t even realize they have them. So what causes dental tori?...
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Dentist in Gilbert: 5 Things to Know About the Torus Mandibularis

April 21, 2017
What’s a torus mandibularis? You may not know it by name, but if you have one or two, you’ll know exactly what we mean when we say a bony growth on the mandible, right beside your tongue. They’re usually big hard lumps right beside your lower premolars. And if you are dealing with the presence of exceptionally large or bothersome torus mandibularis, we know you’d probably like them removed....
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Virtually Pain-Free Tori Removal in Gilbert

February 19, 2016
During routine dental exams, it’s not uncommon for your dentist to find a torus growing in your mouth. A torus, or tori when there are more than one, is an unpreventable bone growth within the mouth that may require removal....
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