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Small lump in mouth
My mother noticed a small round lump in her right gum today.. it's painless and kind of soft..what could this be?plz help
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Dear practo user, You need to consult an Oral Medicine specialist for this problem. A detailed history, and few investigations are needed for proper Diagnosis and management. U can teleconsult here as well on my page. Myself MDS Oral Medicine and Radiology specialist from most eminent government dental hospital Maulana Azad Institute DELHI MAMC/MAIDS. I will Diagnose this and provide medical management as needed . thanks
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Hello. A picture of the said lump could provide useful for diagnosis. Kindly inform regarding any previous medical history , dental pain or infection.
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It is a abscess... It might be due to infection in any of the tooth near it... Please post pictures of the site... You can consult me  through text or call with your details for proper medication
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It's because of abcess I. E small pus filled cavity because of tooth or gum or periodontium - the supporting structure of the teeth beneath the gums.
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share clinical photograph of the teeth area or gum area in question or visit the dentist for further clinical examination.
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ask her to Gargle with lukewarm salt water after every meals to maintain oral hygiene after every meals & it will also give her some relief.
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Go for xray to determine the cause of lump Maybe some infection irt to adjoining teeth
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