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Painful Lump On Jaw Line
Lymph Node: A lot of poss answers to this & a lot depends on the characteristics it. There are a lot of areas of lymph nodes in the body (see pic) including in the "submandibular" space below the chin. This could be from your body fighting a viral or bacterial infection-which may need tx. If viral it will likely go away by itself. Could also be an abscess or other prob. If stays, red, warm, fever get checked ...Read more
I had a tooth extraction last Thursday. The root was fused to the bone. Walnut size lump on jaw line and pain, sometimes intense. ?
Ive got a Hard lump on jaw after molar removal 2 days ago which wasn't there before is this normal it just feels bruised no pain as such.
Treatment: You can gargle the mouth with listerine few times a day , and it will help to resolve this condition. ...Read more
What should I do to minimize the size of my swollen jaw lump that was created by my infected tooth?
Lump on jaw by ear appear 2 week after getting pneumonia. Now i feel better by the bump is rock hard and can move a little. Should i be worry.
Do not panic but..: ...See your doc as soon as you can. If it happened in the setting of an infection, it may be a reactive lymph node and it may take a while to go but I do not like your description of it being rock hard. Get a good exam. ...Read more
Hard bone like lump on jaw .. It's under my third tooth from back bottom left ... Pain and swelling but it's been there a long time ? Pain now
Lump on jaw, no dental pain. Was the size of a pea but now a couple months later quarter sized. What could it be? Also feel pressure in jaw now.
Exam needed: It is time to see a dentist or oral surgeon and have this swelling evaluated and find the cause. There are many things that can cause this and the only way to find out is by a physical examination. Even without pain this area is growing and needs treatment. Do not wait any longer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Palpable, visible, immoveable lump on jaw. No mass, but area of increased density on one CT image. No contrast. What could it be?
Bone cyst other: You have a palpable mass on the mandible or jaw. You had a CT scan without contrast and it showed increased density. You should continue to follow with your ENT doctor about the mass. They may order a panorex of the jaw. So long as the mass does not change in size and does not cause disfigurement then best to continue to observe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer