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Small rough patch inside cheeks
Hi I am feeling small roughness along with white pimples inside cheeks attached an image for reference please do let me know what it is.. thanks..
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Hello Sir , Welcome to PRACTO This is your Dentist - I went through your query and the attached image . As a Sepcialist am here to help you. These are Fordyce's Granules . They are ectopic sebacious glands that are scattered over the oral mucosa .  Nothing to worry ,no treatment needed at all. I hope it was helpful . If any further query kindly post me and let me know . Have a Good Day. Thanks Alot.
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They are normal sebaceous glands called fordyces granules. It’s nothing unusual.
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These granules are known as fordyce granules which is common soft tissue variations seen in the oral cavity. It is absuletly normal. No need to take so much tension.
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