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I have a grey spot on my tong that popped up out of nowhere. It's not fuzzy and i can still taste fine but it's not going away. Been 4 months already, ?

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Dr. Kenneth Lee
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In brief: Intraoral changes

All intraoral changes (tongue lesions) should be examined by a primary doctor and possibility a specialist (ent surgeon).
Most intraoral cancers are in older patients who have multiple risk factors (ie smoking, chewing tobacco or history of head and neck radiation). In your age group , a cancerous lesion is unlikely but still needs a proper exam and history by your physician.

In brief: Intraoral changes

All intraoral changes (tongue lesions) should be examined by a primary doctor and possibility a specialist (ent surgeon).
Most intraoral cancers are in older patients who have multiple risk factors (ie smoking, chewing tobacco or history of head and neck radiation). In your age group , a cancerous lesion is unlikely but still needs a proper exam and history by your physician.
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