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Bump On The Lower Lip
Lip lesion: It could be from an accidental trauma (lip biting), and you may have broken/injured a small blood vessel. If you smoke a lot per day, or for years, this could be related. Go see your dentist for evaluation. You may need a biopsy to rule out cancer. Scott Sazima DDS Westlake Periodontics ...Read more
See your doctor: Your doctor needs to examine you and run some tests to see what's going on. ...Read more
I have been using oral tobacco for about three months and just stopped . I have small bumps on lower lip and big bump on right cheek they don't hurt?
Skin lesion: If this bump has grown without a known trauma, it is best to see your dermatologist as they would have to see this in person to determine if it is a benign growth or if it will need further testing or treatment. ...Read more
Mucocele or cancer? Bump on lower lip, dome shaped red/white(varies), swelled around some (not much),Been there a month, I bite my lip there sometimes
25 male dont smoke/drink.For 2 years I have 3 millimeter hard white bump inside lower lip. Hasnt grown.Worried its cancer. Would it have grown by now?
25 male dont smoke/drink.For 2 years I have a 3 millimeter hard white bump inside lower lip. Hasnt grown.Woried its cancer.Would it have grown by now?
Not cancer: Lesions in the mucosa of the mouth that are malignant grow, ulcerate and spread to nodal tissue in the neck. A firm nodule in the mucosal layer of the lip would probably be derived from minor salivary gland tissue and if stable would be a benign condition. Should it enlarge,excision is simple. ...Read more
Woke up with a bump on lower lip. After applying Abreva throughout the day the bump became a blister. Is Abreva working correctly?
Cold sore: If the "bump" is a cold sore which is an HSV infection, topical abreva will accelerate resolution it will not prevent vesicular formation of cure the condition. Follow the directions on Abreva application and keep the lesion protected from dryness and trauma. If the lesion persists after one week or worsens, see your dermatologist. ...Read more