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Symptoms of denture induced hyperplasia

Symptoms of denture induced hyperplasia

This causes irritation and increased thickness in these tissues, resulting in denture hyperplasia. Initially the mass is soft and smooth, but becomes grooved, knob-like and firm as it enlarges. The grooves on the mass can become ulcerated and swollen, causing the mass to be quite painful.

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