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White Spot On Frenulum Mouth
Sometimes I get a white pimple on my tongue frenulum. After 1-2 days it dissapears but after a few days it may reappear (in the same spot).no pain?
See your dentist and: Get it checked out. Hopefully it's nothing, but they can work this up further, if they have to. Better to be safe than sorry. They'll know more by examining it closely to see what it is. Good luck! ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I've got a white spot on the frenulum of my tongue. It looks like a cancer sore but not for sure. There also appears to be like a small sac type thing hanging off each side. Worried?
Be sure of diagnosis: Get examined please. Canker sores are common aphthous ulcers of mouth that occur situationally, often in response to stressors, are bacterial or viral, & can be treated topically with many otc products that reduce local discomfort & potentially speed healing. However, oral/dental problems & a number of systemic diseases cause canker sore-like lesions--crohn's, behcet's, std (sexually transmitted). ...Read more
White spot on the frenulum of my tongue. It looks like a canker sore but not for sure. Also like a small flap type thing on each each side?
Need exam: The visual description is not sufficient to diagnose. Particularly if it's been there for more than a few days, I would suggest you have your dentist or primary care doctor have a look. ...Read more
My mom used homeopathic medicine under her tongue and now her frenulum has strange swelling and white spots.?
Very unusual but...: I've given thousands of patients homeopathic medicines for over 30 years and have never heard of anyone having a reaction like this. I'm curious exactly what medicine she took. Most homeopathic medicines are very dilute substances in a carrier of lactose (milk sugar). It's possible your mom is sensitive to lactose- while very unusual, that seems more likely than a reaction to the medicine itself. ...Read more
See if it persists.:
You need to show it to your family doctor or dentist.
If it is more than a dime in size and if it is a pigmented lesion (black or brown in color) you should get it checked by your doctor or a dentist. If it goes away in 2-3 weeks, then you may not need to do anythjing further. But if it persists you should remember it can be a melanoma which will require a doctor exam and if suspicious a biopsy don. ...Read more
See doctor: And have it checked and diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Black spot in mouth: Without more information, black spots in the mouth could represent a lot of potential problems. It could be a result of an accidental bite with a bruise. This is certainly not uncommon with kids. It could be a benign growth. It could even be something very concerning. Best to have it evaluated and if it isn't clear, he may need a biopsy to help figure it out. An examination is best start. ...Read more
Have it evaluated: "White spots" are not a normal part of your anatomy, so it must be investigated. ...Read more
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
Many possibilities: At 20 years old, most of what occurs in your mouth is probably benign. However if you use tobacco products (smoking or chewing tobacco) the possibility is there that the "flappy spot" could be more serious. A good dentist, oral surgeon, or even a dermatologist could make a better determination after seeing the spot. ...Read more
I have a hard piece of skin that is white on the top of my frenulum in my mouth and it hurts what could this be?
Needs to be seen: It's really impossible to know let alone to guess without actually seeing you in person. These types of situations require a one on one clinical exam. See your dentist or an oral surgeon for an evaluation. Pain would indicate to me the possibility of an underlying infection. ...Read more
I have a black spot in back of mouth I don't know what it is but it doesn't hurt or anything. It just bothers me?
In my face round mouth dark spot is seen. Pls. Tell me the remedies, and tell me which cream can use to remove this spot?
Need exam to tell: Unfortunately, rashes, lesions, spots, etc can not really be diagnosed over the computer. Some spots for example may need more than just a cream to get rid of them. See a skin dr. To get diagnosed and treated. Good luck! ...Read more
My mouth area of my skin is very light and my face as just been treated of primple and am having dark spot. I need rhyme my face?
Cosmetic therapy: You may need to have cosmetic cover up if your dermatologist can not come up with another remedy. Ask your physician to have you see a dermatologist who might be able to recommend the appropriate type of cover up ...Read more
I have a pain in my frenulum, it is white. It hurts when I lift my tongue up, should I be worried? It feels like it's pulling on my mouth.
Don't fret...: If it still bothers you after about a week have it looked at. Canker sores happen frequently there and go away in about 5-7 days ...Read more
I noticed this painless white spot in my mouth, it has been there for at least a month. Doesn't seem to grow bigger. Should I be concerned?
You may watch and wait. Examine the spot every couple of weeks. If it doubles in size, becomes firm, ulcerates, bleeds or you the glands in your neck become large, see a doctor.
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So I have this dark spot around my mouth and its been there for about 3 weeks its seems like its fading when by the next day its back and darker?
See dentist or MD.: See your dentist or dermotologist for an evaluation. ...Read more
Fordyce: For duces granules are normally occurring and perfectly normal. May appear asymmetric. But don't self diagnose. Ask your dentist to take a look to make sure what you are seeing are Fordyce granules or something else. ...Read more
What dose it mean when my tub are tide and I was spot for two day off and on but last mouth it was numle?
I have a inward white spot I'm my mouth. I am not a smoker and I am in a healthy condition, what should I do?
White spot: Sometimes if you bite your tongue/ skin - it can cause a white spot. You are quite young. If it is not resolving let your parents know so that it can get checked. ...Read more
Have it checked:
There are several answers but you must have it looked at since your description was too vagus
it can be a growth, a pigmentation, a pooling of blood or even an amalgam tattoo from one of your fillings, that's why you need to see your dentist. ...Read more
You can make the initial visit your family doc, which I think is easiest. Your doc can assess whether or not it is something that needs further evaluation such as biopsy. He/she can do that in office or refer u out to the appropriate doc. If it is a small, circular, dark spot on either side of mouth, it is likely a small blood blister which will disappear in few days...
Good luck. ...Read more
Don't know: Have her seen by a dentist or ENT for the answer. ...Read more
Unknown: If the spot has been there more than two weeks, see your local dentist for an evaluation. If it has been there less than two weeks, see if it will resolve on its own. ...Read more
Doctor evaluation: I can't tell you what it is. You need to see a doctor or dermatologist for an exam to find out what it is. ...Read more
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