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Swollen Frenulum Under Tongue
I have a swollen frenulum under my tongue. what could be the cause of this. I had an xray and there was no stone.what else could cause this?
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I have a tongue frenulum piercing & it's swollen, red, and it hurts to move my tongue. I've had it for months & this happens. Peroxide Helps sometimes?
I have sores on the right under side of my tongue that feels like uclers but noticed today that on either side of my frenulum it appears to be swollen?
I have blisters in the right side of my tongue as well as under my lingual frenulum. Inside of my cheeks are also swollen. What's your advice?
Exam: Difficult to give a DX without a visual exam Suggest calling your DR for an apt. ...Read more
Swollen skin tag like flaps have formed on the frenulum of my tongue and has been causing some discomfort for a couple of days now what should I do?
Warm salt water : Plica fimbriata are the fringe-like folds of mucosa on underside of the tongue on either side of the frenulum. Sometimes they become enlarged if the toothbrush hits them during brushing. Usually rinsing with warm salt water for 2-3 days helps. Brush your teeth and gums gently. If not, visit your dentist for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trauma or : Infection are the most common reasons for a symptomatic frenum. Consult with your dentist, even if the symptoms improve. There may be an issue that needs to be addressed. Good luck! ...Read more
teeth bitten trauma: First we need to know the nature of the swelling and if the swelling is painful how long. So it can be just from trauma or from growth. Sometime sharp edge of tooth or partial prosthetic that cause ulcer and it grow to tumor. It might need biopsy to diagnose the lesion. ...Read more
Hard to tell: There are a number of causes and some questions that need answering, as well as a visualization before a diagnosis can be made. It can be an infection, a cyst, a blocked duct, or even a tumor. These types of problems need the attention of a local doctor. Please call an oral surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dentist: Contact your dentist!Get a more detailed answer ›
Swelling from ?: Rather than worry, set up an appointment with your local dentist as soon as possible to see what's causing the swelling. If it continues to get worse and it's after hours, go to a 24\7 medical facility or the er of local hospital. If it's an infection, it can spread and cause serious complications. Don't wait, have it looked at right away. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Oral surgeon: See an oral surgeon to determine if there is an abnormality. ...Read more
See a doctor: The only way in which this is going to be solved is to get somebody professional to look at it. Either a doctor or a dentist. Go soon and I hope this will clear up quickly. ...Read more
They may be normal: The taste buds at the back of the tongue appear larger than the ones towards the front. If they continue to increase in size, you should see a doctor. If there is no change, i would suggest that the next time you see a dentist or physician have them look back there and see. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi !....I woke up this morning and the right side of my tongue was swollen...What does this mean ?....Thanks you !
Allergic/ infection: Could be allergic or infection. If it is painful, or lasts more than 24 hours, or is getting worse, should be seen by a doc. ...Read more
I have a couple small eroded areas on my tongue. They aren't swollen and they're painless. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Tongue Lesions: Greetings. The most likely diagnosis would probably be traumatic bites that would occur while you are asleep. Especially if they are in the areas of denal occlusion. Viral oropharyngitis and glossitis also possible. Seeing your ENT will surely help identify the etiology. Good Luck ...Read more
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