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I've 2 flat circular areas inside of left cheek. Each one is about 2 cm, has 10-15 tiny while painless bumps giving it a speckled look. Any ideas?

I've 2 flat circular areas inside of left cheek. Each one is about 2 cm, has 10-15 tiny while painless bumps giving it a speckled look. Any ideas?

Needs to be seen: Ideas?, yes and many. It may be normal but without seeing it in person no one on the internet can know for sure. That means the only way you can know what it is requires you seeing a dentist for an accurate diagnosis. Just because it's painless doesn't mean it's normal or benign. ...Read more

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Random bumps/lumps lines inside cheek that forms between the teeth? its been there for a long while but it doesnt worry me because its painless

Random bumps/lumps lines inside cheek that forms between the teeth? its been there for a long while but it doesnt worry me because its painless

Cheek ridging: is an irritation, a ridge or line of fibrosed tissue on the inside of the cheek at the level to where the teeth come together. The condition is benign and caused by clenching and grinding your teeth. Your dentist will determine which single treatment or combination of treatments is right for you. ...Read more

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I have a small red bump on my left buttock cheek the size of a pimple. It is painless and has been there for about 3 months. What could it be?

I have a small red bump on my left buttock cheek the size of a pimple. It is painless and has been there for about 3 months. What could it be?

PossibleFolliculitis: Folliculitis is an infection in the hair follicles. Each hair on your body grows out of a tiny pouch called a follicle. You can have folliculitis on any part of your body that has hair. But it is most common on the face and scalp and areas rubbed by clothing, such as the thighs and groin. ...Read more

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