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I have a bump on my lingual frenum can you tell me what it is?

I have a bump on my  lingual frenum can you tell me what it is?

Must be examined: this may be a mucous retention cysts, abscess, inflammation or infection. Cannot be diagnosed without photos. I suggest a dental evaluation. ...Read more

Dr. Debra Rosenblatt
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Lingual (Definition)

It is near the tongue. So a tooth surface that is on the tongue side is called lingual a surface. In ...Read more


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What could a small painless white bump on lingual frenum be??

What could a small painless white bump on lingual frenum be??

Bump: Could be minor trauma, an enlarged minor salivary gland or a small stone. Try gargling with salt water but if its persistent see an ent ...Read more

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What could a small painless white bump that goes and come on lingual frenum be?

Don't know: tissue tags are common by the lingual frenum, but they don't come and go. Trauma can cause such a bump, but typically lesion will be tender. ...Read more

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How much does lingual frenectomy cost?

Variable: Cost for lingual frenectomy depends on the techniques involved, if soft tissue laser is utilized, your location and the experience of the dentist. Usually between 600-1000. ...Read more

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How painful is lingual frenulum cutting?

Numb: You should be numb during this procedure and feel no pain at all. Once the anesthetic wears off, plan on being sore anywhere from a few days to 1-2 weeks. Eveyone heals differently depending on your health and how the procedure is done. ...Read more

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Can sub-lingual tablets be taken orally?

Can sub-lingual tablets be taken orally?

Yes: Sub lingual tablets are considered oral medication. Sub lingual medications absorb faster if placed under the tongue. If you swallow it, it will still be absorbed but at a slower rate. ...Read more

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Who normally performs a lingual frenectomy?

DDS and DMD: The DDS and DMD practitioners (dentists) who normally perform frenectomy on patients of any age. ...Read more

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How will I look after my lingual frenectomy?

Frenectomy: You will look the same... Just wil be able to do more fun things with your tongue. ...Read more

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What can I do for inflamed lingual frenulum?

Avoid area: Avoid abraiding area. You may want to consider a frenectomy to avoid future problems. ...Read more

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