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Blister On Palate Of Mouth
Trauma: Usually it is the result of trauma such as rough food (taco chip?), or suction. But if it doesn't disappear within a week -10 days, call your dentist to check it. If it doesn't resolve it might be something more serious. Please follow up on this. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Oral blisters: It could be viral in origin. There are other medical and dental causes. You should see your dentist for a one on one evaluation. Merely giving you a list of possibilities will not be very helpful. ...Read more
Painful sores on roof of mouth, like semifirm blisters Cant really see them. Spread to gum across palate. Also palette slightly numb as if scalded.
Canker sores: Is the most common oral lesions. Most tongue ulcers, infections will clear up by themselves within a week or two. You should see your GP or dentist if the ulcer gets worse or lasts for longer than 2 weeks. Oral cancer appears as a growth or sore in the mouth that does not go away. If concerned see your dentist ASAP. ...Read more
Palate soreness spreading to tongue, gums also strange taste in mouth. White rings on tongue. Pimples and blood blisters inside both cheeks?
Soreness: It appears that you may be developing a viral illness of the mouth. ...Read more
Hello, I have white spots on my palate and also uvula. These looks like blisters, also going away quite fast, but new are appearing. No fever present.
White spots: May be viral. See your Dentist for evaluation and symptomatic relief. ...Read more
Small raised bleb hard palate 6 months white pimple colour sore when rub over it not grown numerous upper broken teeth 28 years old smoker.?
Abscessed tooth: The most likely cause is an abscessed tooth, since you remarked that you have multiple broken teeth, it is probable that the infection in the bone has found a small exit through the gum tissue, which is called a sinus tract. It is probably not too painful as the drainage from the infection is leaking out into your mouth, through the "bleb". You should see a dentist for an exam soon. ...Read more
Red angry rash on hard palate not sore slightly raised bleb with red dots in male 28 smoker non drinker. Any ideas numerous upper broken teeth.
An inflamed palate could be a sign of many things, most of which are not a worry.
Believe it or not, the largest reason I see inflamed palates is a pizza burn. Eating hot pizza, the cheese burns the roof of the mouth and can be quite painful for a few days. If it persists, see a dmd/dds. ...Read more
Until it's gone: Herpetic lesions are contagious as long as you can see any sign of the actual sore. There is no specific time frame, though commonly they resolve in about 10-14 days. Be very careful until completely resolved. ...Read more
Don't worry: Though we are always concerned about tissue color changes, I do not think that if seems too alarming. This broad area of yellow is most likely stain from food, drink, medication or tobacco. No other signs or symptoms but you can see your dentist to be sure. ...Read more
Examination: So many possibilities from a simple cut/scrape or burn, to more serious infection, to a neoplasm. Literally hundreds ion possibilities. Cannot make a diagnosis based on "painful bump." Need more information and a thorough examination. Please call your Dentist, an Oral Surgeon, your Physician, or an ENT to start the diagnostic process. ...Read more
My mouth keeps watering, but I assume it's from my palate expander. Could it be from something else?
Palatal expander: You are probably correct. If your palatal expander has been placed recently it is stimulating your salavary glands. ...Read more
What are the two tiny holes on the roof on my mouth/ palate called/ caused by? They are simetrical and I've had them all my life.
With normal anatomy does their upper palate touches the lower palate uptill epiglottis when their mouth is closed? Pls pls send the reply yes or no.
Throat anatomy: I'm afraid it's not a simple yes or no answer. There isn't a lower palate and an upper palate. There's a hard palate and a soft palate. Neither of them touches the epiglottis when the mouth is closed. The soft palate descends into the throat from the back of the hard palate, and lays behind the tongue when the mouth is closed and during breathing and swallowing. The epiglottis is much lower down. ...Read more
My teen son and I both get a small, clear blister on our palates. They last for a day or two and go away. I saw an ENT but he didn't know what it was.
Dentistry:I do not mind lidocaine injections in the lower mouth. At the same time, a palate shot could make me want to postpone an appn't. Any advice?
Rarely needed: A palatial shot is rarely required, especially if your dentist uses a local anesthesia called Articaine, Asti has tremendous penetration power. A shot on the outside can often move the numbness towards the palate and than your dentist if needed can add a little at a time towards the palate. It will be virtually painless. ...Read more
I have a blister on my hard palate on the left side. It's not a fever blister. I've never had fever blisters. It's like a regular blister you would?
Relative: It is relative, but dentist see many palates from flat to high vaulted and get to know when they see one in the extreme end of normal. If your upper back teeth fit inside or ended to end with your lower molars you probably have a narrow arch. In orthodontics sometimes both arches are widen to make more room to fit all the teeth. ...Read more
Food dye?: The only thing that I could think of causing this is dye from food or liquids or some object that she placed in her mouth. Does that ring a bell? If not or it last more than a day, have her seen by a dentist or physician. ...Read more
Yes: It is a common variation of have a platal torus. Most are a normal variation and do not require any intervention. If a patient needs a full upper denture then the torus may need to me removed. If it intefers with speech or swallowing then it may need to be removed. ...Read more
No: They are two seperate parts of the skull. ...Read more
Xray: Upper palpate yes but not floor of the mouth. The x-ray does not show soft tissue unless radiation is adjusted. But even then, it's not used for diagnostic purposes. ...Read more
Braces not answer: Braces don't change jaw relationships in adults, only straighten teeth. To do that you need a combination of an expansion appliance and jaw surgery. Were you treated by an orthodontic specialist? Did they discuss compromised result because of skeletal pattern? Did anyone talk to you about palatal expansion? Go back and ask. ...Read more
I have a flap of skin that came loose in my mouth last night, and it is located where the soft palate might be. Any suggestions?
Flap of skin: I would see your dentist. You are very young so the possibility of something severe seems slight but I would get checked. You may have burned the skin on something you ate or even abraded it with something sharp like a chip and it is sloughing off. You could be reacting to something new you ingested. I would think of what you have done differently recently and tell the dds if it doesn't go away. ...Read more