Red and white lesion with central ulceration

A 41 y/o female complaints of red and white lesion with central ulceration on the left border lateral tongue. It measured 0.5 X 0.8 cm at its greatest dimensions. It was described to be painful and had been present for ~1 month.

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Check for sharp Cusp in mandibular molars, if present, do localized coronoplasty Also give OTC medication and anaesthetic gel to apply locally Proper guideline to mentain good oral hygiene
Traumatic ulcer, apthous ulcer, erosive lichen planus, leukoplakia,.(dentogel, becasoule,oral prophylaxis, look for sharp cusp, habbit counselling if any reevaluate after 4wks )
Most probably traumatic ulcer, Check for sharp cusps if yes do enameloplasty, and can be candida so check for psuedomembrane, and also ask for habit history.
Major apthous ulcer. Please look for sharp Mandibular molar cusps. Start with local measures like CHX gel & mouthwash, VIT B Complex supplements.
It can be malignancy.. This site is very common for oral squamous cell carcinoma... Please advice for biopsy for confirmation
IT'S A CASE OF.. ? POST TRAUMATIC ULCER..TONGUE.. ? APHTHOUS ULCER OF TONGUE..
Traumatic injury Apthous ulcer Ointments
Check for sharp edges in the teeth