I have found two small bumps, one on each cheek. They are located between my first and second molars. They appear to be fleshy to light red color with one or two small white spots. It is difficult to describe the color since it changes color when I stretch out my cheek to look at them. I was wondering, is this common since they are located in the same spot on both cheeks? or Are these bumps early signs of Cancer? if it is cancer, is it easily treatable?

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 09 - November - 2009, at 19:40 PM

  • It looks like you are talking about the muscle attachment in the region of first molar. We have the opening of the gland also in that region so it is normal anatomical structure. But if you feel any pain or you feel that it is enlarging then you must consult the dentist. If you want to learn more about the dental topics you can visit our website....http://www.identalhub.com

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