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.
Torus palatinus is a benign bone growth and doesn’t usually require removal.
Geographic tongue is a common condition which can cause burning or soreness it has no propensity to cause cancer. It typically doesn’t require any medical treatment. Although geographic tongue can sometimes cause tongue discomfort, it’s otherwise a harmless condition.
This is an example of median rhomboid glossitis which is probably a type of oral thrush common in diabetics those using inhaled steroids and haematinic deficiencies or immune disorders.
A great example of a mucocele from the sublingual gland on the patient’s right – also called a ranula
This is quite a typical example of a mucocele – this is a collection of mucus from a minor salivary gland (patient’s fingers)
A fibro-epithelial polyp of the tongue border – a common site – these can be a nuisance and are often removed.
This is a typical picture of tongue scalloping which occurs along the edges of the tongue when the tongue is thrust into the lower teeth at night during sleep and is associated with bruxism and TMD.