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Pimple on roof of mouth
Hi , I am undergoing RCT for 3 teeths.A pimple was observed on the upper pallet of mouth n dentist mentioned that it is a mucus and will go on its own..With time it is becoming smaller but has not gone completely. Is it a reason to worry?
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Dr. Anish Goyal
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Hi, don't worry. As you are saying it's reducing means it's healing and infection is subsiding. Body's natural defence take some time to heal infections. After RCT when teeth canals are completely cleaned and filled, it will completely regress. Take care.
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Dr. Durga Kshitish Kothuru
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By ur description I understand that it was a sinus tract which means a small pus draining canal. It forms as a result of infection within the bone due to tooth decay that gradually drains from the bone to outside. It usually resolves after Root canal treatment. As infection subsides, it gradually vanishes off. So do not worry abt it. Follow ur Doctor's instructions carefully.
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Dr. Rohan Virani
Implantologist 9 yrs exp Mumbai
It is best to take a cbct xray to determine extra nerves in a tooth which is not allowing your case to heal.most root canals we finish in 1-3 days time. Your case needs immediate attention . You.may also be having a lesion, cyst inside the bone. For more info visit www.trisadental.in
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Dr. Nilofer Hossain
Dentist 12 yrs exp Noida
The description of the lesion ( pimple) cannot lead to a proper diagnosis.. Have to have to look to comment.
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