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Maxillary tori reduction

Maxillary tori reduction

Maxillary tori reduction: Maxillary tori reduction is surgery to reduce the size of bony protuberances (exostosis) that form around the palate. This surgery, which is usually reserved for large tori, improves the proper fit of dentures.

Diseases And Conditions Treated: Maxillary tori reduction

These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Maxillary tori reduction:

  • Maxillary tori
  • Preparation for prosthetic implantation

Anesthetic Requirements for Maxillary tori reduction

These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Maxillary tori reduction may include:

Procedure Complications: Maxillary tori reduction

Possible surgical complications of Maxillary tori reduction may include:

Prognosis for a Good Outcome: Maxillary tori reduction

The prognosis for a good medical outcome: The prognosis is good.

Maxillary tori reduction: Recovery Time

Recovery period for Maxillary tori reduction: Three to four weeks.

Maxillary tori reduction: Other Names

Other names for this medical surgical procedures (Maxillary tori reduction) include:

  • Preprosthetic and implant surgery

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