For 3 years I have had alot of bone growth that has had to be removed several times. i have no teeth because they say they won't fit & i'll have soar spots. i'm scedu;ed to have more bones removed on tues. I'm very frustrated because i don't feel this problem will ever get solved. I also had some neurcrodic bone. i am 53 and health in every other way now except my half numb tongue & alot of nerve damage. I don't know what to do if you have any answers for me i would be so greatfull. thank you for your time & have a blessed day! shayrileyrose
If you don,t have systemic bone disease, focal growth of jaw bone is probably a benign process. With regard to denture, periodic adjustment may be necessary to relieve pressure spot, surgical removal of bone may not be mandatory. Seeing a prosthodontist is advised.
With regard to your nerve injury problem, pharmacologic intervention may help resume normal nerve function, seeing a neurologist or orofacial pain specialist is advised.
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