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If stone is removed from floor of mouth and hole not closed with stitches.does tissue replace some of the missing tissue..??if hole is very shalow,can it fill up with normal tissue again?even just slightly?

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Dr. Theodore Davantzis answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Salivary Stone: If you are referring to a salivary stone, the stone would be removed from a salivary duct. If you've had such surgery, discuss your concerns with your surgeon.

Answered 2/5/2020

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Healing: Post-surgical management is the province of your Surgeon, the practitioner that knows you best.

Answered 2/5/2020

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