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Red bump under tongue.
Saw this red bump under the tongue. Is this something to worry about? Attached photo. Just saw recently. No pain or difficulty eating or swallowing.
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Dear practo user, For accurate diagnosis and apt management of this problem u need to consult a good oral medicine specialist. Myself oral Medicine and Radiology specialist MDS from MAMC/MAIDS, delhi.  U can teleconsult on my page here on practo for this.I will take a detailed history for your problem, guide and manage accordingly. Thanks
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Hi...the red lesion may be due to any hurt while brushing .Apply Dentogel to reduce swelling ,redness and pain.If the lesion still persist for many days,visit oral medicine specialist and get it treated properly.
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Advised to do regular dental check up and teeth cleaning every 6 months.
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if its not causing any trouble then just chill keep a watch on its size. if decreasing or remains same then no issue but if increasing then see a dentist immediately
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Hello dear Poe
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Apply mucopain or kenakort ointment
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Just apply Dologel 5to6 times daily for one week. It should be alright.Otherwise go to any dentist for check up after one week.
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It seems to be an injury caused during brushing or eating something hard. Do not worry as the lesion will heal on its own.
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Use a soft bristle tooth brush and do not brush very vigorously. Advised scaling every 6 month.
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