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Sir last three months I show  some spot inside check only right side no blooding no burning no itching or not increase in size last three months I am smoking but not chewing any tobacco so please give me some medicine
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Maybe due to cheek biting
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Quit smoking
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Practo consult
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Sir is there any tooth causing trauma to that particular area..sometimes continuous injury by tooth itself causes discoloured mucosa..With the proper information of colour , pattern and size of lesion helps to sort out any lesion.. after lockdown u need to visit clinic for proper clinical and visual examination..stop smoking immediately as this could be the reason for pre malignant lesions
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Do warm saline rinses at least 6-8 times a day to maintain oral hygiene..take tab Zincovit once daily
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Stop smoking . eat healthy fruits and vegetables full of antioxidants
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You have not mentioned the colour of spot. If white patch,then it can be developing leukoplakia,pre cancerous lesion,you have to leave all forms of tobacco,take some anti oxidant containing lycopene.
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It is most likely smokers melanosis which is a harmless condition as a defence response of body to harmful chemicals of smoking.It usually disappears on its own within 3 months to 3 years of quoting smoking.If it turns painful then biopsy would be needed to ascertain whether not cancerous
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Send a picture of the lesion.Emergency neede is stop all bad habits...smoking and chewing
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visit dentist immediately after lockdown
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Hi , Attach pic of your problem for proper treatment plan. Without seeing lesion cannot predict anything. For detail discussion contact on personal chat box.
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Visit dentist once lockdown is over.
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Quit smoking.
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Greetings Please elaborate the color and nature of lesion(spot). Pls stop smoking immediately.You can take help of nicotine chewing gums.Maintain good oral Hygiene start brushing flossing twice a day warm saline gargles twice daily.For further information you can message on personal chat. Regards Dr Anisha Mehlawat Orth'O'dent Care
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Consult with the Dentist for clinical examination
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Cessation of smoking immediately.Maintain good oral Hygiene
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Hello, White spots may be due to many reasons. Kindly attach the pic of the lesion.
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Stop using Tobacco and smoking.
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