Aug 1, 2016 ... The roof of your mouth may become swollen if you burn it, have a canker sore, or
are dehydrated. It could also signal something more serious.
The roof of your mouth (palate) can become swollen for a number of reasons.
Allergic reactions, irritants, injury, and infections are common contributors to
Feb 4, 2013 ... An example of acute inflammation is when you burn the roof of your mouth with
hot coffee. The roof of your mouth is red, swollen, hot, and ...
If you have a sore in roof of mouth tissue, consider these four causes. ... with pain,
sensitivity to hot and cold beverages or food, fever and swollen lymph nodes.
Feb 13, 2007 ... On Friday I woke up with fairly sore lymph nodes on both sides of my neck and on
the left side of the roof of my mouth I had a lump or a swollen ...
Jan 6, 2009 ... It felt like my body weight, every pound, had inverted, and was all sitting on the
roof of my mouth. I think it was swollen, but I couldn't tell for sure ...
Oct 13, 2013 ... A swollen painful roof of the mouth after drinking alcohol may result from
excessive drinking the night before or may indicate underlying health ...
Oct 16, 2016 ... A mucocele is a harmless lump or cyst-like swelling that develops in the mouth,
sometimes on the palate (roof) of mouth, which is caused by ...
Spicy foods or foods that are extremely hot or cold can also cause the roof of the
mouth to become damaged, leading to swelling or pain. Tobacco use can also ...
By now, the pain was also in Mick's upper jaw and a swelling had appeared in
the roof of his mouth. The dentist examined Mick and sent us to the Bradford ...