Child’s Gum Problems?
Tonight, my child is 26 months old, today I just realized that on the back of the rabbit’s upper teeth there is a kind of small lump, is that dangerous?
From your information, the presence of a small lump on the back of your child's rabbit's teeth is likely an elevation of the gum mucosa protecting the back of your child's tooth. This can appear on some teeth, and does not cause any troublesome accompanying complaints.
Other conditions that need attention, especially if your toddler is fussy, doesn't want to eat or continues to salivate, then this lump is probably a form of inflammation of the gums, this can be caused by injury, trauma to the gums, or due to an infection of the gums.
To ascertain the cause of this complaint, a direct examination by the dentist is needed, so that the doctor can see and evaluate this complaint directly, thus, the doctor can determine the cause of this complaint.
Treatment will be given if the dentist finds an inflammatory process that triggers this lump.
That's the information we can convey.