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Relative: It is relative, but dentist see many palates from flat to high vaulted and get to know when they see one in the extreme end of normal. If your upper back teeth fit inside or ended to end with your lower molars you probably have a narrow arch. In orthodontics sometimes both arches are widen to make more room to fit all the teeth. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Looks like letter V: This is most easily determined by a dentist when he examines your upper jaw. The upper jaw/teeth in a normal arch shape resembles the letter u; a narrow shaped arch resembles the letter v. This picture looks like the letter u. With a narrow palate, your face might appear to be very thin and narrow. ...Read more
Braces not answer: Braces don't change jaw relationships in adults, only straighten teeth. To do that you need a combination of an expansion appliance and jaw surgery. Were you treated by an orthodontic specialist? Did they discuss compromised result because of skeletal pattern? Did anyone talk to you about palatal expansion? Go back and ask. ...Read more
What are the two tiny holes on the roof on my mouth/ palate called/ caused by? They are simetrical and I've had them all my life.
Fovea Palatinae: They appear as small depressed points at the junction between the soft and hard palate just off off the midline and are the ductal openings and recipients of distributaries of ducts of the surrounding clusters of mucous glands. ...Read more
I have round raised ulcers/bumps with little red heads which swell on my mouth palate?They are only painfull when they swell?
Just prior to the more painful mouth palate injections in preparation for oral surgery can a patient request nitrous oxide as an helpful aid, or not?
Sure, or a general.: Palatal, roof of the mouth injections, for oral surgery procedures such as dental implants etc. Can be uncomfortable. Sometimes a topical anesthetic and a little distracting pressure with a dental instrument will suffice. Otherwise, nitrous oxide. (inexpensive) oral sedation more ( expensive) twilight sleep or general anesthesia (most expensive) does the job. What is it worth to you? ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have a swollen lump on the roof my mouth (hard palate), that is located evenly with the left side of my back teeth but over a little, painful.?
Palatal tori: It may be palatal tori, which is a normal overgrowth of bone on the roof of your mouth. Sometimes food or your toothbrush can scrap the tender tissue stretching over the tori causing pain. Rinse with warm salt water. You need to see a dentist to make sure you do not have a palatal abcess due to an infected tooth or less likely oral cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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