Enlarged Mouth Wall?
I want to ask the wall of my left mouth, why is it enlarged, it’s been a long time but it doesn’t hurt, is it dangerous?
Enlargement or growth of body parts such as the mucous membrane of the mouth (buccal mucosa) should be checked directly with your doctor because it can be associated with the following conditions:
Growth of the walls of the oral mucous membranes as a result of repeated trauma (usually due to the habit of biting the walls of the mouth), characterized by uniform enlargement of the mucous membranes of the mouth Benign tumors of the oral mucosa such as fibrolipomas, generally causing lump-like growths on the mucous membranes of the mouth Malignancy (buccal carcinoma), other than lumps conditions it can also cause sudden bleeding or scarring of the mucous membranes of the mouth etc. In this regard, you should immediately consult a dentist or oral surgeon to determine the cause of your complaint and receive appropriate treatment according to the underlying condition.
Your doctor will ask for a history of complaints, perform a physical examination or additional examinations such as ultrasound examination or tissue biopsy. If the complaint is caused by the habit of biting the mucous membrane, the doctor generally does not carry out certain treatments related to this condition.
Here are suggestions for you:
Avoid the habit of biting the mucous membranes of the mouth Take care of your oral hygiene and teeth in general Avoid touching or squeezing the part you are complaining about. Immediately consult a doctor if the complaint persists or worsens.