domingo, 12 de julio de 2020

What is Mandibular Tori? What causes it?


The mandibular torus is an indeterminate bone growth that appears in the jaw. It generally appears on the inside of the jaw at the level of the premolars.

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When the torus appears in the upper jaw, it is called the Torus Palatinus, and it is usually found in the midline of the palate. This malformation is usually suffered by men.


Among the factors that contribute to the formation of the torus, we have the genetic factor, stress and bruxism. See with us this interesting video where they explain what a mandibular torus is.

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