Although a bump on the roof of your mouth usually clears up by itself, it’s a good idea to get it checked out:
– The bump may be a benign bone growth, a canker sore, human papillomavirus, or even extra teeth all of which are harmless.
– On rare occasions a bump may be a sign of oral cancer.
– As there are so many potential options, it’s advisable to see your dentist or doctor in case it is a sign of something more serious.
“While many bumps on the roof of the mouth will resolve without treatment, some may require medical intervention.”
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