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I have a "mole" (black spot) on my upper gums just above my two front teeth. I have had the black spot for 3 years. Is there anyway i can get that re?

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Dr. Bradley Wilson
Dentistry

In brief: Surgical incision

Can be removed by surgical incision and the scar that will replace it will be less noticable.
The removal should be by someone who can also send it for biopsy because it could also be a melanoma even though quire rare.

In brief: Surgical incision

Can be removed by surgical incision and the scar that will replace it will be less noticable.
The removal should be by someone who can also send it for biopsy because it could also be a melanoma even though quire rare.
Dr. Bradley Wilson
Dr. Bradley Wilson
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Dr. Arman Dayan
Dentistry - Cosmetic

In brief: Yes

It can be easily removed and a possible biopsy may be necessary depending on the history and presentation.

In brief: Yes

It can be easily removed and a possible biopsy may be necessary depending on the history and presentation.
Dr. Arman Dayan
Dr. Arman Dayan
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In brief: Yes

Have an oral surgeon take a look.
Black spots on your gums are lesions that need to be examined and evaluated.

In brief: Yes

Have an oral surgeon take a look.
Black spots on your gums are lesions that need to be examined and evaluated.
Dr. Theodore Davantzis
Dr. Theodore Davantzis
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