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Multiple mandibular tori with midline tori and bony exostoses maxilla

Let's discuss diagnosis and treatment plan of the patient shown in pictures. Patient is 58 yrs old male who wants his missing teeth to be replaced with new teeth. Medical history- NAD

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Patient rehabilitated with complete denture after healing.

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Clinically pt is not fit for implants as loss of gingiva in rt upper jaw Lower jaw is not healthy too will need extraction of remaining teeth as they are not healthy and unlikely to survive Denture may be a choice

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NEED'S .. ARTIFICIAL DENTURES.. WITH EXPERTS OPINION..

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Palatal exostoses, maxillary tuberosity in upper arch. Mandibular tori .

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Case managed with total extraction, multiple tori and bony exostoses removal under GA followed by complete denture.

Good one doc well managed case .
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Nice case sir

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Tori and ridge resorption w.r.t maxillae & Mandibular Tori

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Patient rehabilitated with complete denture after healing.

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