Lump On The Roof Of The Mouth Near The Teeth.?
Question: I have a lump in my mouth in the sky. My mouth is near my front teeth. Like flesh grows, what is dangerous and what is the cure?
Hello Agus, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
A lump in the palate can be caused by several diseases, such as:
The palatinus torus is a protrusion of bone in the palate, which can increase in size over time
Mucocele is a lump due to a blockage in the salivary glands, which is soft, supple, and usually can disappear by itself
Fibroma is a lump of connective tissue due to a history of irritation or trauma
Malignancy in the mouth, if there is a lump with an uneven surface, cannot disappear on its own, it can spread
A lump filled with pus (abscess) that feels painful and causes difficulty when chewing
If you want to find out if the lump is classified as benign or malignant, I suggest that you consult directly with the dentist, so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as question and answer, examination of the oral cavity and lumps, and supporting examinations if necessary, so that appropriate treatment can be given with your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Maintain cleanliness of teeth and mouth by doing regular toothbrushes
Don't squeeze the bump
Do not smoke and do not consume alcoholic beverages
Do not consume food or drinks that are too cold or too hot, and consume enough fruit and vegetables
Do not consume foods that are carcinogenic
Control to the dentist regularly
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.