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Cluster of moveable lumps beneath front bottom teeth, pimple with white heads, pain in cheek area post Zpack. Serious?

I ve been to the doctor three times for a cluster of lumpbs beneath my front bottom teeth , there seems to be about four of them, small, and can t be seen unless I depress the floor of my mouth with my tongue and then it looks like a pimple with a white head. Initially they instructed me to keep an eye on it and see if it got worse or doesn t go away. It didn t go away, so I returned to the doctor, who said it was an infection and gave me a Z pack. Several days later, I noticed a pain in the cheek area and went back, and he changed the antibiotic to Augmentin , which has relieved my cheek symptoms, however, it has not done anything to the lumps under my front teeth seemingly. They are small and moveable and seems to be roundish and very close together. I m concerned they re obviously something more serious. Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Dentist 's  Response
I read your problem,you did not tell that do you have pain in these lumps?
first of all i would like to inform you that if you do not have pain these could normal anatomy of oral cavity which is lump like structures beneath the lower front teeth,but not painful,these are normal structures of our oral you gave the detail i feel that it is the same.these are genial tubercles which are sift tissue projections of mental spine on the mandible bone,these are 4 in number 2superior and 2 inferior.if you have more doubts i will suggest you please go to an oral surgeon and go for complete clinical examination done.nothing to get worried.
take care
Dr.Gunjan Gupta
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Dentist Dr. Rahul Banerjee's  Response
hi abyssaldream,
i think either it is a fibrous growth or gingival enlargement. consult a dental surgeon(oral pathologist) they will guide you properly.
get well soon.
Dr.Rahul Banerjee
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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