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Keloid In Mouth
Getting small liquid bubbles in mouth along with huge ulcer that hasn't healed. The roof of my mouth, in the middle, also hurts. Is this serious?
Get diagnosed first: While what's described sounds much like hsv (herpes simplex virus) infection, without having done correct data gathering and exam, no diagnosis can be given, unfortunately. Whether your condition is serious or not cannot be determined without diagnosis. Ulcers that do not heal need to be examined. This may be very contagious to other areas and other people as well, so please see a doctor asap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Dr. should evaluate: A doctor or a dentist can evaluate a problem in the teeth, gums, or cheeks (although a dentist is likely the better choice for teeth and gums problems). Pus in the cheeks usually means some infection, and the doctor may prescribe antibiotics. If the infection spreads, it may go throughout the face, and more seriously, maybe into the sinuses and towards the brain. Getting treatment is wise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Food stuck on it: Be sure to rinse vigorously after eating to help dislodge any food that may be stuck underneath. Also, be sure to use a water-pik or a syringe to squirt water/mouthwash under it before you brush. After brushing, rinse vigorously with an antibacterial mouthwash. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Not ordinarily: There are no nerves in the walls or septum of the nose controling facial muscles. Nose piercing is also not usually done under anesthesia. Careless or unsanitary piercing or anesthesia injection by an inexperienced or unlicensed person can result in any kind of complication or infection. If you have paralysis after facial piercing see a doctor immediately. ...Read more
Lip infection: The lip is a part of the mouth. Depending on where your lip piercing infection was located, the infection could spread to adjacent tissues including your mouth or even the neck. If you have infection throughout your mouth, this could be serious and should be evaluated without delay. ...Read more
A purpleish discolouration of the soft palate inside the top of the mouth behind the teeth. Some noticeable small mouth sores. What's your thoughts?
Palate discoloration: This can be several things. It depends on where on your palate the discoloration is and their relation to the mouth sores. What color the mouth sores are, how large they are, what is the color, etc. It is best to get this examined while they are prominent and easily seen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not usually: Hsv is more likely to cause blisters on the lips (cold sores) than blisters in the mouth. The exception is primary herpes (the first episode), especially in children. Ulcers in the mouth can be aphthous ulcers or may be caused by other viral infections, HIV infection, or syphilis. Herpes would be lower on the list. Chronic, recurrent, or non-healing oral ulcers should be evaluated. ...Read more
In morning saliva comes on mouth and ear etching in everday , saliva comes in nose or mouth happen in sometime , pls give solution?
Tricks for GERD/LPR: Over 70 million in USA have gerd, & most will benefit from acid blocker drugs. Behavior & diet can help-- minimize dietary fats/ grease, mints, alcohol, tobacco, spicy & large volume meals, caffeine, chocolate. Minimize NSAID's & aspirin, avoid laying down or bending over 2-3 hours after eating, cut out bedtime snacks, keep weight under control. But especially if persists, see doctor for help pls. ...Read more
It doesn't matter: It doesn't matter if it can be. What is important is what's causing both symptoms? She should be seen by at least a dentist (and possibly a physician if the dentist thinks that appropriate). There is no way to observe, diagnose and guess as to what's actually going on. Sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Strange waxy build up - not in my ear canal, but in the flap (where the helix folds in). Usually dry , sometimes moist, ALWAYS painful to remove?
Dermatitis: It's best that you see your Family Doc or Dermatologist for evaluation. Or ask for video Virtual Consult w/HealthTap doc who can see what you're referring to. Common causes that might explain your post are eczema (sensitive skin) & psoriasis. Or perhaps you have an untreated infection. Regardless, see your doc for evaluation, diagnosis & treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
In rural areas, most: Of the generalists have more experience with stuff like this, but honestly it's much better if there is any question about involvement of other structures in the head, an ENT doc or maxillofacial surgeon or dentist is a better choice. They have specialized training in surgical care and diseases that affect this region. You will get better care, as the DDS or ENT have the proper equipment for this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will hole in roof of mouth to sinus area from pleomorphic adenoma removal heal closed or will i require another surgery?
Enlarged tonsils: If tonsils are causing airway or eating problems, they should be evaluated by an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. The same is true for growing children, as enlarged tonsils can interfere with dents-facial growth. We can't make a decision for you in this forum. We can, however, strongly suggest that you have your tonsils and adenoids examined. ...Read more
Feel 2small "craters" towards the back of the roof of my mouth.They're apart. Read herpes(not canker)can appear inside mouth.No pain.Are they herpes?
Craters: I'm afraid "craters" is not a diagnostic term. Haw far back are they? Size? Dueation? Color? To be diagnosed and properly advised (treatment planned) you will have to be seen. Please make an appointment with your Dentist. ...Read more