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Tremor: Facial tremors could be due to a number of reasons. Too much caffeine, essential tremor or enhanced physiologic tremors, medication side effect, facial myokymia due to brainstem demyelinating disorder, early stages of a facial nerve injury or palsy. If prominent and persistent or if associated with facial weakness then consider medical evaluation. Hope you feel well soon. ...Read more
Hard to avoid: Once and a while, you are bound to bite your cheek or lip or tongue. It happens to everyone who has teeth. Only those will all their teeth missing are immune, and even they bite themselves from time to time when wearing dentures. Cut your food into small pieces, chew slowly, and avoid talking while eating. ...Read more
Don't bite: In all seriousness it could be related to the biting, but other things need to be considered. A dermatologist dentist or ENT physician might help clarify. ...Read more
Large tongue: This happens to a lot of people. Most people cradle their teeth with their tongue slightly. People that do it habitually will have a scalloped border on the sides of their tongue. These are indention from the teeth. No worries. Your tongue is normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: A tongue piercing, as long as it is not so large as to physically get in the way of the surgical procedure, is not a problem. It doesn't have to be removed unless the surgeon doing the case feels that it could compromise his ability to successfully perform your surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infection: this needs to be evaluated right away, meaning today. ...Read more
Why do my teeth snap together biting very hard down closed and sometimes biting my inner cheek uncontrollably in my sleep?
2 year old has rash on side of his cheek close to his mouth. It kind of looks like chapped lips but on his cheek near corner lip area?
Atopy or infectious: description sounds like a dermatitis especially if this has persisted for more than a week. Similar lesion at the corner of the lips; perleche may be treated with topical antibacterial ointment or antifungal cream. Rash on cheeks and of a short duration and if associated spread to body likely a viral exanthem; erythema infectiosum. requires no treatment if child appears well. Visit PCP for clarifi ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have small fleshy lumps on back of my tongue about 20. Feels like food stuck on my tongue. They just appeared outa nowhere. Painless. But annoyin?
Papillae: Thet are notmal, do not worry.Get a more detailed answer ›
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