Movable Lump in Jaw?


Lumps may form along your jaw area as you mature. Sometimes these lumps are not serious and other times they could be a sign of something serious. Many parents worry about movable lumps that develop under the skin near the jawline. If you are noticing this type of lump then you should contact your child's pediatrician. The doctor will be able to inspect the area to determine the proper course of action. Normally the doctor will inspect the area and he could also request bloodwork.
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