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red bumps under tounge

I have red bumps under my tounge and two that are behind my lower bottom teeth on the gums, when i went to the dentist 4 months ago they took a picture of one of them behind my lower teeth, now im starting to get them under my tounge, he didn't say what it was though. I heard you can get warts in your mouth, but they dont look anything like the pictures online, what could they be? The one he took a picture of i have had a little over a year, it hasnt gotten bigger, but the other ones have started showing with in the last month. Is there anything i can do to try to get them to go away, besides lazering them off? Thank you for your help.
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The only way to find out what is going on would be to get a biopsy done.  That means they got to remove the bumps and look under a microscope to find out what it is.  It doesn't sound serious at the moment but the fact that its progressively spreading is a good reason to get a biopsy just for peace of mind and possible treatment once you find out what it is.  It may be something simple like a fibroma (traumatic injury) that has resulted in a bump.  Do you have a tongue stud or anything that may possibly injure that area?
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