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Red Spots On Tooth
Is some redness on the gums normal for a while after tooth extraction? I have no pain, just some red spots.
I have tiny red spots on my tongue and the back sides of my tongue its hitting my tooth at times.
It looks like blood is on the back sides.?
I just noticed several red spots on my gums underneath my tooth. The one that's closed to the tooth is bigger than the others. It hurts a little?
Probably: a series of cold sores however i would check with my dentist first. Cold sores take 7-10 days to go away and can be painful. ...Read more
Had a tooth extraction 6days ago upper left side... My question is why do I have 4 red spots on the gums and sore where the Dr. pulled the tooth....
Call your dentist: After an extraction it is normal to have some discomfort and the socket will take several weeks to look normal , you need to see the dentist so he can see exactly what you mean by 4 red points, can tell over the internet. ...Read more
Been having pain in neck area under the back of my left jaw and in neck at base of skull, also dark red spots under tongue. Related to infected tooth?
Pain: You have an infected tooth that needs to be treated. I can't tell you if the pain by your jaw is from your tooth or something else, but your dentist will be able to tell you. See your dentist ASAP. ...Read more
When I brushed my teeth this morning I noticed I had a few small red spots on my tongue. What should I do?
Geographic tongue: Take a look at this link: http://bit.ly/1ByTX6J I bet, without seeing you, that you have something like this, a not serious condition which will resolve on its own. If it doesn't go away, however, you may want to see a doctor. ...Read more
After i brushed my teeth i noticed some red spots around my canine on my upper and lower gums. What can it be? It doesn't hurt & it's not swollen.
While brushing my teeth, i noticed 4 red spots on the roof of my mouth near the back near my throat. What could they be?
Many possibilities &: There is no way to know without actually examining you. It could be something benign and temporary and go away within a few days or something more serious in need of treatment. Merely giving you a list of possibilities isn't very helpful. If you want to know for sure, see your dentist. Regardless, any lesion that remains longer than 2 weeks needs to be diagnosed! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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