Small raised bleb hard palate 6 months white pimple colour sore when rub over it not grown numerous upper broken teeth 28 years old smoker.?

Abscessed tooth. The most likely cause is an abscessed tooth, since you remarked that you have multiple broken teeth, it is probable that the infection in the bone has found a small exit through the gum tissue, which is called a sinus tract. It is probably not too painful as the drainage from the infection is leaking out into your mouth, through the "bleb". You should see a dentist for an exam soon.
Lots of reasons to.. You mentioned a few of your findings but did not actually ask a question. The "bleb" may or may not be related to the smoking. Since you smoke, you are more prone to cancerous lesions. Smoking will also do harm to your lungs, heart and the rest of your body. Broken teeth can become infected and spread to other parts of your body. All reasons to stop smoking and see your dentist for treatment.

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Red angry rash on hard palate not sore slightly raised bleb with red dots in male 28 smoker non drinker. Any ideas numerous upper broken teeth.

Yes, two! First, stop smoking! although there are other possible causes, smoking can cause irritation and inflammation to the soft tissues in the mouth and eventual cancerous lesions. Second, see a dentist to diagnose and treat your teeth and gums before you lose your teeth. Both serious conditions that need to be evaluated and treated as appropriate. Read more...
Yeast infection. The red pebbly surface of the hard palate describes a typical presentation of yeast infection, especially if you wear a partial denture and are a smoker. You should see a dentist for a proper diagnosis and treatment, and if you have a partial to get it refitted. Read more...
Tooth abscess. If, as you said, you have many broken teeth, the lesion on your palate may be due to a tooth abscess that is draining through your hard palate. You need to see a dentist! Read more...