I will say that I have had oral lesions from time to time and they seem to go away. Well tonight I was sitting in my room and I went to swallow saliva and the roof of my mouth started hurting. Well I felt my tongue around the area it was hurting and I think I feel what seems to be an almost microscopic rough patch - not sure if that's the best way to put it but that's the only way I can really think of.
Anyway, I went to look in the mirror and of course I am unable to see it myself. I don't know how long it has been there, but I was just at the dentist office about 1 week ago and nothing was said. Well, of course I suddenly thought that it must be oral cancer. It is at the very back of my hard palate - right before the soft palate begins. I'm constant checking it now, and I feel tiny circular dents that go all along the center. I don't drink or smoke but I know that I must have it. I don't feel any lumps and from what I was able to see, the roof of my mouth seems normal. So what is this, if anyone has any insight that would be very helpful.