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Do I have an oral infection ?

Hello, I have a major dental problem! Been to an oral surgeon and need all teeth removed - and then will have mini implants. But until I can get the $$ for this I have had alot of trouble. I have what I describe as a skin tag connected to my upper gum near where one of my teeth is missing. Also, a very painful whitish dot where one of my teeth used to be These are all along the top gum, within the smile line. Also, a very painful whitish dot where another tooth used to be. What could these be please? I am freaking out. I am soooo worried about infection and it spreading to other parts of my body.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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with your above mentioned description as major dental problem, whitish painful dot & skin tag .. i cant get a clear picture of your problem. be more specific.. or send an scanned copy of opg to my mail id along with detailed explanation of your problem.. whitish dot from when? your age? skin tag looks like? detail all so that it can be sorted out . take care
Answered: Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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