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Does erythroplakia in the mouth hurt or bleed?
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Dr. Gary Lederman
Dentistry
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In brief: Typically not
But it can. If they become eroded, both pain and bleeding can occur. These can be malignant, so need to be biopsies and excised.

In brief: Typically not
But it can. If they become eroded, both pain and bleeding can occur. These can be malignant, so need to be biopsies and excised.
Dr. Gary Lederman
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