Tooth On The Left Side And Swollen Palate?
In the afternoon, I am a woman aged 30 years … my father is 52 years old. Almost all of my father’s teeth were rocking upstairs … and it hurt. Then the left side of the sky was a lump for eating pain. R nI want to ask my father what should I do. .and are there any dangerous diseases .. r nThank you.
Hello Dwich. Thank you for your questions on HealthReplies.com
Lumps in the palate of your father could possibly be malignant or not, but to determine it, of course you need to check your father with an oral surgeon, so that blood tests, biopsy checks are performed the possible lumps on your father's palate are:
The palatine torus, which is a bony protrusion in the palate and will get bigger over time. Mucocele, is a soft and flexible lump that goes away on its own. A lump of connective tissue due to irritation or trauma is called a fibroma. Oral cancer, usually marked with the lump surface is uneven, spreads and cannot go away on its own, causing symptoms of difficulty swallowing, sore throat, bleeding in the mouth of unknown cause, Weight loss. Some things you can do at home are:
Stop smoking Stop consuming alcoholic drinks Maintain healthy teeth and mouth Brush teeth regularly Check with your dentist regularly. Eat nutritious foods, especially fruits and vegetables. Thank you, hope it is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah