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Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Dental and Oral Health Center
Mouth Blood Blister
I experienced a trauma to my upper lip and now on the inside of my lip is a large blood blister. How do I treat it and how long will it take to go away? Thanks
Typically there is no treatment necessary. It will go away by itself within 7-10 days. You should see it get smaller each day.
Michele P Carr, RDH, MA
Associate Professor of Dental Hygiene
Associate Professor of HS Nursing Quality & Research
College of Dentistry
The Ohio State University