- How often should a person in good dental health see a dentist?
- Every six months
- Once a year
- Every couple of years
- Only when problems arise
- Correct Answer
They are probably mandibular tori. This is extra bone. Your mother or father may have these. Your children may develop them. They cause little problems unless you need dentures. Your dentist can confirm this at your next check-up.
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