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Question:
Multiple tori: I have several mandibular tori and one on the roof of my mouth.

Is it possible to also have bone growths in nasal cavities? ... Visitor from Columbus

Answer:
Tori growth is the body's response to unusual biting pressures.

The growth occurs AT the site(s) where the pressure occurs. Having a Tori growth in a nasal cavity doesn't seem possible.

The best resource for investigating and treating Tori growth is a Periodontist.

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