I have “Bones” growing, at about my gumline, on the inner part of my lower jaw, beneath my tounge. At their widest, they are a bit over 1/2" wide under my tounge and about an inch deep.
When I asked a dentist, he explained they will grow until I die. They may even grow together. They are about 1/8" apart these days. I’ve heard they can be cut out, but I would imagine the pain would just about kill me, and the mouth can be such an easy place for infection.
I’ve tounge wrestled a lot of chicks, but it was usually in the dark, so I didn’t have much time to inspect the bone growth of their inner-jaws; I can only speak as though I am a mutant.
Why is unregulated bone growth limited to this area, and perhaps parts of the foot-bones that seem to keep growing, like around the knuckle of the big toe?
Why isn’t this bone-growth-stuff sent to better-served areas, like my aching vertebae, or where my femur is boring a hole through my pelvis?
If they sawzalled these bone-spurs outta my jaw, threw 'em in a cup of augar, shook 'em up, extracted the t-cells from the marrow/augar-juice, and injected them into said “needed” areas, wouldn’t I be cured of “bad bones”.
The answer is yes!
I think I just earned my PhD.!!!
I rock like GRANITE!