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Canker sore is a mouth sore appearing whitish, often with a red halo, of ten to fourteen day duration.

Caries means tooth decay resulting in cavities.

Cellulitis is defined as a soft tissue infection causing extensive, hard swelling, a potentially dangerous condition requiring immediate attention.
Cross bite refers to a reverse biting relationship of upper and lower teeth; an “under bite.”
Cyst is a soft or hard tissue sac, hard or filled with fluid.

Decay is the destruction of tooth structure caused by toxins produced by bacteria.

Eruption is the process of teeth protruding through the gums

Exfoliate is the process of shedding deciduous (baby) teeth.
Fistula is a channel emanating pus from an infection site; a gum boil.
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