hello and welcome,
is this the first time you are getting such lesions or how often you get this type of lesions..
according to your description,it can be a case of either benign migratory glossitis
or aphthous ulcer.
final diagnosis can be made only after seeing biopsy.
benign migratory glossitis is a psoriasisform mucositis
of dorsum of tongue.
its dominant charecteristic is a constantly changing pattern of serpiginous white lines surrounding areas of smooth,depapillated mucosa.
the changing appearance has led some to call this the wandering rash of tongue,with the depapillated areas.no treatment is usually necessary for benign migratory glossitis and stomatitis
symptomatic lesions can be treated with topical prednisolone
and a topical or systemic antifungal medication.occasional symptomatic cases respond well to topical tetracycline
or systemic,broad-spectrum antibiotics.
if this lesion is aphthous ulcer, it can be treated by tab.flanzen and tab.wysalone.