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Small red spot in roof of mouth
Today i saw some white red red spot in my roof of mouth please help i don't know whats the problem..
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Hello sir... Red spot lesions may be a traumatic ulcer or apthous ulcer,or due to smoking ( medically called as nicotina palatinae(smokers palate)) if it persits more than 2 weeks then proper care is needed..if there is any pain then apply dologel CT.... quit smoking if you are smoker...
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kindly visit dentist for furthur clinical examination and management
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There is a huge variety of red and white spots depending on different types causes are different so as the treatment. If only spots are there then wait for 2-3 days. May be they will subside by own. If they are bleeding or having pain or any other problem then visit dentist as soon as possible
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Please elaborate the number of spots.Tell if you have any history of tobacoo.single red spot with no pain doesnt look like any trouble.
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