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Peeling skin under lower lip, no pain, rough skin texture. Rinsing with peroxide. Causes and cure?

i have an area inside my mouth, located beneath my lower lip , infront of my lower teeth . normally when i look at it, i can t see anything, except some pealing skin from time to time. but the area feels raw but painless. i have been rinsing with peroxide daily for some time now and am wondering if this could be the cause. any suggestions as to how to get this spot to heal? i have stopped rinsing with peroxide for a few days now but the roughness i feel when i run my tongue over it is still present. please respond at your earliest convenience. thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
hello welcome to HCM
as per the details u have submitted ..its very hard to come to conclusion about the diagnosis ..unles it is seen by eye..i think the propable diagnosis will be LICHEN PLANUS MOUTH . BUT IT MUST BE SEEN before come to conclusion..i advise you to consult a dermatologist /ENT specialist
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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