Is the Bump in My Mouth a Cold Sore?

13 October 2018
13 October 2018, Comments: 0

If you have recently noticed a raised bump in your mouth, you may have developed a cold sore. Although taking care of your teeth and gums is important, it is just as wise to seek treatment if you suspect cold sores. What are some common symptoms to look out for?

– You may feel a tingling before the physical blister develops.

– Blisters can sometimes form in clusters.

– Cold sores can sometimes rupture before they finally heal.

“The virus produces blisters on the lips and in the mouth.”

Learn more about why it is important to see a dentist here:


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