Ive recently been diagnoses with a case of gingival fibromotosis which is a gum condition with overgrowth of gums which makes it hard for any teeth to come though the gums. Most of my teeth are covered by gums but ive managed to go through a few surgeries to uncover some but there is still gums covering my teeth. Ive been to a few specialists and dentists about it but none of them seem to know what brought it on. I was checked for Luekemia and I dont have it and I dont take any medications. Ive never had a seizure so that cant be the cause either. I am pretty sure its not in my family history since my relatives gums and teeth look perfectly fine. No one seems to know what caused my gum condition I am just wondering if anyone would have any possible ideas on what could have caused it because it would be alot easier and more relieving if I got to know what actually caused it.
Hoping for a reply
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