A 32-year-old male asked:
Cluster inside cheek and corner of mouth?
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Emergency Medicine 10 years experience
Oral lesions: Bumps inside the mouth may be benign growths from trauma or salivary stones. It can also be an early sign of something more concerning like cancer if you have a history of smoking. If it is painful, it may be an infection. See your doctor for further examination.
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Last updated Apr 20, 2019
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