Like other oral conditions, lumps on the roof of the mouth can be harmless or signs of a problem that needs to be treated. You should always get them checked if: - Bumps are accompanied by pain that doesn’t go away. - You have problems breathing or swallowing. - The bump grows quickly, changes shape, or interferes with a retainer. Your dentist should be the first port of call for any concerns you may have – make an appointment if you need to put your mind at rest. Read the full story here:
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