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What may cause a blood blister on palate?

What may cause a blood blister on palate?

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

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Palate (Definition)

The palate is the anatomical description of the roof of the mouth. It separated into two parts: the hard palate (more forward) and the soft palate (which is closer to the throat), it separates the mouth ...Read more


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What may cause a blood blister on palate?

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

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Got a blister on soft palate (last 10 days may be). It reduces but reaper with some pus then goes down again. Not very painful bt sometimes itchy?

Got a blister on soft palate (last 10 days may be). It reduces but reaper with some pus then goes down again. Not very painful bt sometimes itchy?

See a dentist: Some conditions may require further assessment, tests and your PCP may book a follow-up appointment or refer you to a specialist to determine a diagnosis. Take care. ...Read more

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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.

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.

Infection ?: Infections usually viral on nature that disappear and reappear in times of remission and exacerbation of the virus.. Examination by a dentist and a culture may be needed.. ...Read more

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I hav small blisters tip of my tongue and top palate of my mouth?

I hav small blisters tip of my tongue and top palate of my mouth?

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

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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.

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.

Roof of mouth sores: May be a viral infection, a result of trauma, an allergic reaction, from acid reflux, a side effect of a systemic disease. It is impossible to diagnose accurately without additional information and a clinical and visual examination. See your dentist, an oral surgeon, or an ENT specialist for an examination. ...Read more

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After eating i feel a burning sensation on soft palate at back, on viewing a fleshy blister like bump appears in the same spot every time, any ideas?

After eating i feel a burning sensation on soft palate at back, on viewing a fleshy blister like bump appears in the same spot every time, any ideas?

Soft palate: Is this someting that happens after every meal? Is it specific to certain foods? This is something that needs to be examined visually, and requires more information. It may be due to an injury, allergies, local or systemic infection, acid reflux, medications. See your dentist, an oral sugeon, or an ENT specialist. ...Read more

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Yellow-whitish circular blister looking thing in my throat (soft palate) been there for 1 week taken amoxicillin, should I see a doctor or wait it out?

Yellow-whitish circular blister looking thing in my throat (soft palate) been there for 1 week taken amoxicillin, should I see a doctor or wait it out?

Canker sore: is the most common oral lesion. Most 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. Best of luck. ...Read more

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Blistering (Definition)

Blistering is a bubble of skin filled with fluid. They can occur to excessive rubbing (as with a new pair of ...Read more