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I have mouth growth which developed few days back. It's painless . Its in lower vestibule (left side). Is it dangerous or just normal .
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Dear Patient It needs to be checked. Please share photographs of the problem area. Or you can consult  me online or offline at Aligna Dent Orthodontic Care
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Hello dear Please be calm See growth can be anything ranging from simple mouth ulcer to benign or malignant tumour.i suggest you to get that growth checked for any abnormalities.for further details you can consult me on online or off-line mode Thanks
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Without picture its very difficult to assess
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Painless growths can turn painful if infected or some other reasons.as recent get it clinically checked to know related to tooth or mucosal,gingival/periodontal
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Greetings, usually growth in oral cavity is not normal. I highly suggest, you should take professional advice. With a few clicks you can consult me on practo, where you can discuss the problem in detail and you can share the pics of the affected area. All your queries will be solved. Regards: Dr Akash Bhagat The Dentist's Office
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avoid self diagnosis. Dont delay the treatment.
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Hello Mouth growths can be -Noncancerous (benign) -Precancerous (dysplastic) -Cancerous (malignant) Mostly mouth growths are non cancerous. Certain symptoms and characteristics are cause for concern. They include Weight loss, Firm lump in the neck, A sore throat that will not go away, Difficulty swallowing.
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People with a mouth growth that does not go away in a week or two should see their doctor or dentist when convenient.
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