– Burns and dental-treatment injuries.
– Canker sores, cold sores due to the herpes virus, oral candidiasis, oral mucous cysts or bone-growth.
– Hyperdontia (extra teeth), epstein pearls (baby-mouth bumps) and human papillomavirus (non-cancerous and cauliflower-like bumps).
– In rare cases, the bumps might be a sign of oral cancer.
See the dentist if the bump does not go away, and if there’s pain or foul smell.
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