This is an oral squamous cell papilloma most of these are associated with HPV they do not usually transform to cancer, but I usually remove them.
A squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue.
A squamous cell carcinoma of the lower gum.
This white patch under the tongue is quite subtle but requires urgent biopsy – this was a very severe form of dysplasia and would almost certainly have progressed to cancer if it hadn’t been excised.
An erosive condition like this requires urgent assessment and usually needs a biopsy.
Quite a large pyogenic granuloma – these are benign tumours which can occur in the mouth or skin and are often the result of local irritation like calculus and are more common in pregnancy.