Are My White Bumps Herpes?

Dear Dr. Tom:

I have very small, painless, white bumps in my mouth. I do not understand what they are; I do not have symptoms for herpes. Please, please tell me what these bumps could be. Thanking you in anticipation.

Dr. Tom’s Response:

Dear Prodiesal:

Painless white bumps in your mouth could be symptoms of several conditions which are impossible to identify from what you have written. A visit to either your personal physician or dentist or both would be the place to begin. Those practitioners may be able to ascertain your difficulty by examination without further investigations, and they would be able to remove tissue samples for more definitive diagnosis if they thought that to be necessary.


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