Lesions under the tongue or ridges under the tongue may develop suddenly. In these cases, the formation of appendages under the tongue may be associated with a strange feeling for the person, but usually some diseases under the tongue or bruises under the tongue are without complications. The appearance of cysts under the tongue is related to salivary gland disorders and bacterial infections are related to this area. When a cyst is formed under the tongue and infection occurs, the swelling of the lymph nodes under the tongue occurs and makes the transfer of saliva difficult. At this stage, the person experiences pain and swelling in the area under the tongue, and if this swelling under the tongue is not treated, it will cause fever or abscess. By referring to a specialist in oral diseases in Canada, you can determine whether this type of mass in the tongue is benign or malignant?!
The feeling of pain under the tongue may be due to systemic disorders without lesions under the tongue. The cause of tongue pain may be a viral infection or a non-infectious agent. Immune diseases and nutritional deficiencies may cause ulcers under the tongue or a white lesion under the tongue with pain. In these cases, it is better to consult an oral disease specialist and an oral lesion specialist to evaluate the cause of the pain under the tongue.
The appearance of a lesion under the tongue or a cyst under the tongue may be caused by many reasons. Some of these diseases under the tongue are:
By referring to a specialist in oral and maxillofacial diseases and oral cancer and performing tests and taking samples or providing the necessary explanations about the symptoms or medical history, the type and treatment of the disease can be quickly checked. Sampling performed in the field of identifying the type of lesion under the tongue includes: blood tests, imaging tests, sampling and ways to identify pathogenic and infectious agents.