Over the past 5-6 months, the rugae on the top of my mouth have become more pronounced...no difference in color, just larger in size. The rugae immediately behind my front teeth is the largest. I have seen my dentist and ENT about it and they have said it is just normal anatomy. My dentist said it could be a immune system response or the fact that I am a constant mouth breather but states that there is no problem. Can you give me some advice on this issue? Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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