Fibroepithelial polyps are commonly seen in the mouth on the lip, cheek, gum line and tongue. There are a small mass of tissue that usually form in response to trauma such as lip biting or cheek chewing. Although, in the main, polyps are pain free and benign, they can be irritating especially if you keep catching them whilst eating which could cause ulcers or inflammation.
Here is a common appearance of a fibroepithelial polyp on the lip:
A soft mass of pink tissue on the lip.
Although these can be left… READ MORE