Diagnosis/ treatment?
Gopinath Sekar
Diagnosis/ treatment?
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Dr. T●●i M●●●●a
Dr. T●●i M●●●●a Dentistry
I would have said sialolithesis of the stensen’s duct. Only it appears the lesion is opposite #28
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G●●●●●●h S●●●r
G●●●●●●h S●●●r General Medicine
Yes docter only there but there is mild cheek swelling tht too sometimes
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Dr. S●●●●●●●●a M●●●●●●●e
Dr. S●●●●●●●●a M●●●●●●●e Dentistry
Is any sharpness noticed in the adjacent tooth ? or during occlusion chronic trauma occurs? since it can be Irritational hyperplasia.
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