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How do u tramatize a tissue in your mouth? Or any tissue?
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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
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In brief: Direct trauma
Usually traumatized tissue is a result of direct or excessive contact with something in the mouth like toothbrush used too vigorously etc.
Anytime one uses excessive or repetitive force in mouth or elsewhere then trauma of tissue is possible.

In brief: Direct trauma
Usually traumatized tissue is a result of direct or excessive contact with something in the mouth like toothbrush used too vigorously etc.
Anytime one uses excessive or repetitive force in mouth or elsewhere then trauma of tissue is possible.
Dr. Kevin Considine
Dr. Kevin Considine
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Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dentistry
In brief: Number of ways
Anything thing that put too much force on a tissue will injure it, cause traums.
Theer are a number of ways to traumatize your mouth tisses. Biting yourself while eating or grinding your teeth, brushing with excessive forces, jabbing yourself with your toothbrush or hard foods bruning, drinking hot liquids, getting hit in the mouth or face, the list goes on and on.

In brief: Number of ways
Anything thing that put too much force on a tissue will injure it, cause traums.
Theer are a number of ways to traumatize your mouth tisses. Biting yourself while eating or grinding your teeth, brushing with excessive forces, jabbing yourself with your toothbrush or hard foods bruning, drinking hot liquids, getting hit in the mouth or face, the list goes on and on.
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
Dr. Sandra Eleczko
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