Originally Posted by Wind_Dancer
I was just wondering what the heck these things are. I just took notice of them a year or less ago. When I rub my tounge on across the roof of my mouth it feels like really tiny granules are up there. On one ocassion when I wasn't well they became red, but I don't think they are normally like that. Does anyone else feel little granules on the roof of their mouth? Actually, they are just on the back of the roof of my mouth. The front is much more smooth. Is this normal? What are they? Thanks for reading & replying!
Hey. I have exact the very same thing. These pinpoint things just are there and are transparent from color. It feels like sand. I started to notice them when I started to look in my mouth. Don't do that. You will only freak out.
I don't know what they are, but I remember an article once about milia which produces tiny granules anywhere in the body, also on the palate where there is some form of irritation.