Age 24 male

Patient with lesion as show in pic , no h\o tobacco chewing or any other habits , noticed today

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? POST TRAUMATIC.. LESION .. ORAL HEMATOMA..

Oral hematoma, it disappears within 2 or 3 days, It is due to sharp teeth bite, Rx, 1. Enameloplasty of that teeth 2. Aceclofenac -sos 3.follic acid tab 1×2- 10 days.

Hematoma ,mucus membrane of cheek . No treatment required If recurrent, hematological work up and dental consultation is required .

This is teeth biteof mucosa during eating of food & no worry about. This subsides itself. Candid mouth paint apply

Oral hematoma may be due to chick or internal bite. Ecchymososis lesion is visible.

Oral hematoma secondary to bite

Teeth bite with ecchymosis.

May be sinus post abess