A 21-year-old male asked:
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two white looking bumps on the roof of my mouth after eating taco bell... this has never happend to me before and im worried. please help? suggestions

2 doctor answers
Dr. Gary Sandler
54 years experience Dentistry
Bumps on palate: Might be abrasions from food with some inflammation, allergic reaction, or possibly something that was already there that you just noticed. Either give it a couple of days and see if it goes away or see your dentist to know for sure what it is. If it is still there in 2 weeks have it examined regardless.
Answered on Oct 28, 2015
Dr. Phil Chen
Dr. Phil Chen answered
26 years experience Family Medicine
Incisive papilla: It could be incisive papilla. You better go to see a dentist or oral specialist about that because the bumps could be other disease too.
Answered on Sep 15, 2013

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