My 11 week old has hard white pimple like bumps on the front of her gums. I don't think she is teething but they do seem to be sensitive. Any ideas what this could be? I can't find anything online to even point me in the right direction on this!
Gum cysts are very common to see in infants. They are usually 1-2 mm, white, hard and not painful. There can be one or a dozen. The good news is that they are not harmful and will eventually go away on their own.
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Report This| Share this:11 week old has white pimple like bumps on front of gumsGum cysts are very common to see in infants. They are usually 1-2 mm, white, hard and not painful. There can be one or a dozen. The good news is that they are not harmful and will eventually go away on their own.<br /><br />Hope that helps.<br /><br />Dr Dan
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