Retrocuspid papilla

retrocuspid papilla ret·ro·cus·pid papilla (rět’rō-kŭs’pĭd)
A small tag of tissue on the mandibular gums, lingual to the cuspid teeth, usually bilateral and is considered a normal anatomic structure.


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