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How old are you?
Can upload an image of it?
Since how long you are having this?
Is it painful?
I got the image. Kindly let me review it?
Do you feel pain while eating or drinking?
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Good afternoon, I am Dr Ruff. You question has reappeared, it appears you last doctor as left the question.
Thank you for your photo, I have read the thread until this point. How long have you had this for? And when it does come up, how long does it last for?
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Thank you. So what you are describing is an Aphthous lesion, these can be benign and is more likely if not painful, otherwise herpetic virus can cause it. Given what you describe this would be classes as Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis.
When they flare up a mouth wash (such as Cordyl) should be used.
These can eventually just give up, and you would expect to be at that time soon. They can sometimes be triggered by mild gum disease, trauma from brushing as well.
However, anything recurrent, for more than a month, even if thought to be benign, will need to be reviewed by a dentist.
Routine dental services can resume from tomorrow, but only 1/3rd are opening, with a further 1/3rd the following week. Therefore you will be able to contact your dentist to have this checked.
I hope this has helped.
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