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See a dentist ASAP: Any other treatment is a temporary relief. The palate inflammation won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, sinus and to other areas of your mouth. Treatments vary depending on the underlying condition, and a dentist’s visit is warranted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Type of injury: The type of medicine depends on what caused the inflammation. Is it due to mechanical, chemical, hot liquids, abscess, etc.? Treatment varies depending on the type and amount of injury. Sometimes a topical cream is prescribed if it is sever. Abscess can be drained and antibiotic prescribed. Usually analgesics such as Tylenol, (acetaminophen) ibuprofen, or aspirin are used for pain. ...Read more
Palate rest: YOu cannot stop eating but you can watch what you eat. You need to avoid hot food as well as spicy. Would not drink hot tea or hot liquids. Stop or avoid smoking as the hot smoke can add to the inflammation. If it does not go away in one or two days then see you doc to make sure that that is all there is. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Many things...: 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 moreSee 3 more doctor answers
On the 4th jan got inflamed soft palate i didn't know but seen doc on 16th says it's acute got antibiotic for a week.Its 25th stil got it but no pain?
My doc says she can't do a swab test bcuz theres no pus on my inflamed soft palate is this true, she mentioned acute pharyngitis that's what i have?
Got inflamed soft palate going on for 18 days was given antibiotics on the 12th day for weeks course still inflamed and now i feel a ulcer on tonsil?
I feel like something is stuck i'm my throat when swallowing saliva oh IV also got inflamed soft palate for over a month?
Iam in so much pain wiv side of my palate have a red inflamed line on topside gums from front 2 bk they can't find wot is wrong please help don't no wer 2 g?
Needs further test: Has your diet changed in the past few days or weeks? Does your mouth feel dry or does it seem drier than in the past? Have you changed your toothpaste or mouth rinse? It could be an allergy of some kind. You might see an allergist. You could also get the tissue biopsied to determine what's happening within the tissue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Front gums are inflamed, gums in the back connected to the hard palate are severely inflamed and bleed. Cannot eat at all haven't ate in a week?
Had oral sex few days ago n im suspicious of having Oral HPV.there are inflamed circumvallate papillae like bumps and infectious sores on soft palate.
I have red, inflamed tonsils and next to it on my palate is a white mark. I am in discomfort and have a sore throat. What is it?
See a doctor: You could have strep throat. You could have tonsilitis. You could have allergies, or a cold, or cancer, or any number of diseases. It is impossible to diagnose your problem without more information, including an examination. Go see your doctor and get examined and treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A fallen palate?: A fallen palate means what sort of symptoms? Is the bony hard palate in the front appearing lower than it used to, years before? Is the soft palate in the back appearing lower? Is there snoring? Is there trouble swallowing? Please ask your question again, with some details added. Thanks! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why ?: Palatal expanders are cemented into place on the teeth and need to be removed by the orthodontist who placed them when the time is right. Do not attempt to do this at home. You may damage the permanent teeth it is attached to... Then what are you going to do ? Call the orthodontist. ...Read more
Palatal expanders: There is normally some discomfort or pressure felt each time the palatal expanders are adjusted. ...Read more
Radiograph: A dentist can take a radigraph of your hard palate to examine the approximation of the bones. Fusing occurs in adolescence. If you are really 42 as your profile suggests, your palatal bones fused a long time ago, ...Read more
Palatal Expanders: Pressure is placed on the teeth (and jaw) with palatal expanders and there is some initial pain\soreness\discomfort. Discuss this with your own orthodontist. ...Read more
Yes and no: Upper expanders usually designed to widen bone support. Lower expanders usually designed to reposition teeth, not bone. The type necessary for expansion appliances, which often are worn simultaneously, is determined after a careful and thorough diagnostic evaluation. Know that expanders are more efficient in growing children. For adults surgery is often required in addition to the expanders. ...Read more