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Small, painful red bumps are usually just inflamed or irritated papillae that should return to normal within a few days. Bumps with open sores may be caused by oral lichen planus, which usually clears up on its own.
If you have prolonged issues, consult your doctor.

Tongue Problems: Sores, Discoloration, and Tongue Bumps - WebMD

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Nov 29, 2015 ... WebMD examines common tongue problems such as soreness, discoloration, and bumps on the tongue.

Mouth or Tongue Lesions - Symptom Checker - Everyday Health

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Mouth or tongue lesions are a common medical symptom. The Everyday Health Symptom Checker helps you find common causes, a diagnosis, and treatments ...

Common Superficial Tongue Lesions - MedIND

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Most lesions occurring on tongue heal fast owing to the rich blood supply and if ... Keywords: General practitioner, superficial tongue lesions, squamous cell ...

A GUIDE TO COMMON ORAL LESIONS - UMKC School of

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attached gingival, hard palate and dorsal tongue are seldom affected. Aphthous lesions affect all age groups from young to old but young adults and females.

3 Types of Tongue Blisters and How to Treat Them - Colgate

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Your tongue is also remarkably uncomfortable when indisposed, and sores or tongue blisters can inconvenience you more than you might expect. Learn more.

Recognizing Common Lesions of The Tongue - Decisions in Dentistry

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Mar 1, 2016 ... Lesions affecting the tongue represent a substantial portion of oral mucosal lesions. According to the National Health and Nutrition Examination ...

White Oral Lesions: How to Distinguish the Benign From the Deadly ...

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Apr 9, 2012 ... White Oral Lesions: How to Distinguish the Benign From the Deadly ... Common sites are the buccal mucosa, lateral border of the tongue, floor ...

Common Tongue Conditions in Primary Care - American Family ...

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Mar 1, 2010 ... Tongue lesions of unclear etiology may require biopsy or referral to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, head and neck surgeon, or a dentist ...

Premalignant Oral Lesions - The American Academy of Oral Medicine

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Most oral lesions are traumatic in nature and have no potential for cancer ... Q: I have a premalignant lesion on the tongue will this spread to other parts of my ...