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... No need to worry at all. It's common to bite your cheek from time to time, more for others. It should heal in a couple of weeks at the longest. ... (3 replies)
Cheek biting
Aug 20, 2001
... what are the causes of cheek biting? ... (0 replies)
Biting cheek
Jan 11, 2001
... Biting your cheek out of habit, is as stated, a habit, like biting your nails. Just work hard at not doing it. If your biting your cheek because your teeth are not aligned straight, you could see an orthodontist. ... (6 replies)

Jul 7, 2009
... I know when most of us bite our cheeks, we end up biting it again and again, because of the bite area swelling. If you have gotten in the habit of biting your cheek, you may want to consider stopping. ... (2 replies)
Need opinions.
Feb 22, 2005
... You need to get into your dentist!! If definately sounds like an infection, and I doubt it was caused by biting your cheek, it was probably something already going on, the biting of your cheek just irritated it, or brought it more to your attention. ... (4 replies)
... Hey, I'm sure most of you here have accidentaly bitten the inside of your cheek at one time or another. I was just wondering if you've ever experienced anything like this or if I should get it checked out by my dentist... ... (3 replies)
Jul 7, 2009
... This could simply be from the trauma of biting your cheek over and over again. Things to look out for are an increase in size, pain in the area, changes in color or changes in shape. ... (2 replies)
Biting Pain
Sep 3, 2006
... ad, just enough to notice, a slight pang now and then of discomfort. I never did have the horrible tooth ache that most people get before a root canal . Also the cheek etc. It is so hard to describe. Do you have that problem with your dentist and endo also......Thank you so much for explaing all this again. ... (38 replies)
Jan 30, 2004
... I have a question. I have this white stuff on the back of my tongue where those taste buds are. I have to mention that I have terrible PND and I red PND can cause a white tongue too. Is oral thrush suppose to smell bad? Because if I scrape some of the white stuff off it stinks. Is this oral thrush or rather a white coating due to PND? I also have some very small colorless... (5 replies)
Jan 29, 2004
... hes or small red spots on the tongue, cheeks, roof of the mouth, gums or throat. Thrush can make it difficult or painful to swallow. It can cause nausea and make your food taste different. ... (5 replies)
... stop worrying and let him look at the inside of your cheek. ... (2 replies)
Jul 7, 2006
... You could ask your dentist to round the cusps of the culprit teeth. ... (3 replies)
... I appreciate your response. ... (8 replies)
... I'm pretty sure your jaw pain is from the result of extracting your wisdom teeth. Sometimes when your jaw is forced to open wider than normal and for an extended time you can dislocate the disc that is between your jaw joint. ... (8 replies)
... almost like rotting flesh since it's always wet, it's a wet stinky wound. I don't know what to tell you 'cept try to stop biting your cheeks, and chew on some gum. If you or anyone else has any advice for me, that'd me great. ... (1 replies)
... Some info suggests these "lines" on your inside cheeks can be caused by cheek biting..maybe in your sleep. Not sure if I believe that. I doubt I bite my cheeks. ... (4 replies)
... You might of bit your cheek it in your sleep to develop the first lump and now you keep biting it...I really hate when that happens! I wouldn't worry too much about it unless after a couple weeks you see no improvement then I would go to the dentist... ... (1 replies)
Mouth Ulcer
Jan 19, 2017
... Is it an area where you would clench or bite your cheek? ... (6 replies)
... like me. My wisdom teeth were impacted but they were not causing me any pain, only a problem where I was biting my cheek. I went on the dentist's recommendation but I see now that was a mistake. ... (8 replies)
Black Spot
Nov 6, 2010
... have your dentist take a look at this. The fact that it's brand new is good. It's probably nothing serious, but something you should not ignore. ... (2 replies)

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