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What are the hard, pebble like lumps on the inside of my mouth, below my lower lip? No other dental issues no pain no bleeding

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Dr. Leon F. Gerard
Dentistry
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In brief: Could be tori

Would need a bit more info for a more definitive answer: are they within the lower lip or attached below the lower front teeth? If they're attached below the teeth, they are likely tori which are harmless rock-hard bony growths.
They can sometimes be related to heavy, chronic teeth clenching. If they are within the lower lip, they could be lymph nodes. If ur concerned, a quick visit to the dentist.

In brief: Could be tori

Would need a bit more info for a more definitive answer: are they within the lower lip or attached below the lower front teeth? If they're attached below the teeth, they are likely tori which are harmless rock-hard bony growths.
They can sometimes be related to heavy, chronic teeth clenching. If they are within the lower lip, they could be lymph nodes. If ur concerned, a quick visit to the dentist.
Dr. Leon F. Gerard
Dr. Leon F. Gerard
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Dr. Louis Gallia
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial

In brief: Exam needed

I agree with the other doc.
Exam by dentist needed to find cause and treatment.

In brief: Exam needed

I agree with the other doc.
Exam by dentist needed to find cause and treatment.
Dr. Louis Gallia
Dr. Louis Gallia
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