I have the same exact problem. You think it's a canker sore but it's not a bump filled with white pus. It's a tiny hole in your gum and it stings if you touch it with your toungue or if you eat something acidic. I have once in a very long while, probably no more than once every 4-5 months. I've been tryinnng to find out what it is but the only thing closest to it is canker sore.AnswerAlso it's usually gone by a week or less than that.
Have a look at this question on Yahoo! Answers where there's a picture provided. Is that what your hole looks like? (pin-sized with a white/yellowish diameter?) If so, then it's probably a mouth ulcer. Quite common and usually goes away on its own.
The white blister that is on your gums is a canker sore. This is an ulcer and can be classified as either simple or complex canker sores.
Canker sores, also called aphthous ulcers, are small, shallow lesions that develop on the soft tissues in your mouth - under your tongue, inside your cheeks or lips, and at the base of your gums. Unlike cold sores, canker sores don't occur on the surface of your lips and aren't contagious. They can be very painful, however, and can make eating and talking difficult. Most canker sores go away on their own in a week or two. Check with your doctor or dentist if you have unusually large or painful canker sores or canker sores that don't seem to heal. From www.mayoclinic.com
There are actually 13 different conditions of the mouth that can cause pain in the gums with white patches. Some of these conditions include toothbrush irritation, a virus infection, canker sores, and thrush.
canker sores... the hurt bad too. You can get them from skipping brushing your teeth, accidentally biting yourself, and a few other ways.
I'm not a Doctor, but, I'm assuming that your sore is probably an open wound and is causing a fair amount of pain. If I am right, it's a canker sore. Canker sores can be brought on by stress, sudden diet changes and even light trauma such as biting your cheek. Use salt water to rinse out your mouth and it should be gone in about a week depending on size.
I used to do that all the time and it's quite fun but it can be bad for your cheekbone and gums #1 it stretches your gums which can make them tear #2 it rubs your gums hard up against your cheekbone which could push it out of place #3 it can give your gum rashes and canker sores if done to often
A sinus infection is unlikely to cause a bump on the gums. However, a bump may be caused by an abscess, a burn, or a canker sore.
Usually spelled canker sore in the US. There are several known causes: 1) Trauma, such as accidentally biting the inside of your cheek, piece of a potato chip jabbing your gums, broken tooth, etc. 2)Food allergy--citrus fruits are one type known to cause canker sores 3)Malnutrition--certain vitamin or mineral deficiencies 4)Illness--often viral, Though it is rarely cancer, it can be, so canker sores that have not healed after 2 weeks should be examined by a doctor.
I dont think that would be the safest thing to do, its a read flag for infection
Sounds like thrush
That can come from eating too much acidic food, like tomatoes. Cut back on such foods, keep your mouth rinsed out. Don't lick canker sores; that can brush bacteria into the sore, and make it worse. Powdered alum on the sore can speed healing; don't lick that either. (It tastes nasty.)
Shingles of the gums is a very painful condition and many professionals don't even know it exits as I found out today at my Dr's office. The nurse practitioner told me, after I told her that I thought I have Shingles of the Gums, that you can't get Shingles of the gums. The herpes zoster virus can climb up the spine to the trigeminal nerve causing painful gums.
Although I am not a doctor, I always thought that blood clots coming out of gums result from congested blood in the gums. I think if gums are massaged then blood will be circulated and extra congested blood will go away. Sees this should be a frequent task and not a one-time every once and while. Although I am not a doctor, I always thought that blood clots coming out of gums result from congested blood in the gums. I think if gums are massaged then blood will be circulated and extra congested blood will go away. Sees this should be a frequent task and not a one-time every once and while.
Mouth ulcers (canker sores) are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable. They are not usually contagious unless they are caused by a virus or bacteria. Mouth ulcers go away within one to two weeks.However, if you get a canker sore that is large or extremely painful or if it lasts for a long time, you should seek the advice of a doctor. She may have to do some testing and then had a idea of how to treat.
stop smoking that's how! and if you smoke then you wont get blue and black gums in the first place!
Just go onto www.google.com Then type in: pictures of canker sores Canker sores are either inside of the mouth (lip or cheek area) and is tiny and looks like a fever blister (it's actually a small ulcer with a white or gray base and red border.) It is caused by a virus, stress or biting one's cheek or from a jagged tooth. It IS NOT contagious! Stay away from acidy foods or drinks such as tomatoes, lemons, limes, pineapple, etc., or fruit juices. Rinse your mouth out with an antibacterial mouth wash or, warm salted water (swish around in your mouth and spit out.) This should be done 4 - 5 times a day. The canker can last from 4 - 14 days.A canker sore appears on the inside of the lips and the cheeks, the gums and even the tongue. It usually has a round shape and is often white, sometimes surrounded by a red halo. It is painful to the touch and the area might also feel slightly swollen.
Yes, wolves do have gums, if you mean 'gums' in the mouth area. Almost all living creatures have gums.
Gums can be cleaned with toothpaste and a soft tooth brush. Gums can also be cleaned at the dentist. Gums can also be cleaned with purchased products made for the cleaning of gums.
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Canker sores are not a form of herpes, however, they are often confused and mistaken as herpes. Herpes ulcers are smaller than canker sores and form blisters before ulcerating. The lesions caused by herpes are commonly known as 'cold sores'."Canker sores" are small ulcers on the inside of the mouth, including gums, tongue and inside of the lips. They are caused by an auto-immune condition that may in turn be caused by a virus that you get by age 5. They are often triggered by stress or small bites in the mouth. They will go away by themselves within 4-14 days.There are various remedies that may help reduce the pain of canker sores and increase healing. These include cleaning with an oral agent (like Glyoxyl). You can also try diluted hydrogen peroxide or salt water. Vitamin B complex may help.Another remedy is a steroid called Kenalog. It's a paste that you run over the afflicted area. This is available by prescription. Many doctors seem unaware of this but dentists seem knowledgeable.See related link for some common triggers / causes of canker sores.Here is the straight story:Cold sores are caused by the Herpes virusCanker sores are caused by stress or physical damage in the mouth.Canchre sores are caused the the syphilis disease.
There are many possibilities, but it is hard to say what those could be since you do not provide much information. However, it is possible that what you are refeering to is a canker sore. A canker sore ressembles a white crater and is sometimes surrounded by a red ring. Canker sores can appear on the inside of the lips and cheeks, on gums and on your tongue. They can be quite painful and can last up to a few weeks. There is no real treatment for them, however, different products can be bought to speed the healing up or to dull the pain. For such products, consult your pharmacist. Nonetheless, you should consult a doctor or a nurse to have a clear diagnostic.
Brushing your gums twice a day is the best way to protect your gums.
there are two reasons for this: first, when you bite the inside of your mouth, a small harmless bump appears. then when you have a cavity that you do not take care of, a bump(called a puss pocket,) appears near a tooth.