Could the painless white spot be leukoplakia?

Could the painless white spot be leukoplakia?
Published on, 11 October, 2023. Answered by Dr. Vidit Rohit Shah and Verified by Dr.Galen Team
Patient Question

Hello Doctor,


I noticed a small painless white spot in my mouth, and it hasn't grown. What could this be?



Thank you for reaching out to Dr. Galen. Please find the below response to your query.


Monitor for Changes: Keep an eye on the spot for any growth or discomfort when eating.

Review Lifestyle Habits: If you use tobacco, smoke, or consume alcohol frequently, consider reducing or quitting these habits.

Stay Hydrated and Watch Diet: Maintain hydration, avoid spicy and oily foods, and practice timely eating with light dinners.

Supplement with Multivitamins: Start a multivitamin regimen twice a day for 15 days.

Topical Application: Apply Lexonox Plus ointment over the white spot twice daily for 15 days.




Ask Multiple Doctors Online for Just $5!

Ask Now

About Dr. Vidit Rohit Shah

Enroll as a Doctor