You should never squeeze Epstein pearls or try to pop the cysts. They generally appear along a baby's gums or along the top of the roof of the mouth. Bumps in your baby's mouth may be caused by another condition that might need medical treatment, such as thrush a yeast infection. They may resemble small pimples in your baby's mouth. Epstein Pearls are very small cysts that can appear in a baby's mouth that look like tiny, white bumps. Breastfeeding keratosis: this frictional keratosis of newborns may mimic thrush. Epstein Pearls contain keratin, which is found in skin and other mucous membranes. Epstein Pearls are benign cysts, meaning they are not dangerous or painful to your baby. According to a study published in British Medical Journal , Epstein Pearls are caused by entrapped epithelium during palate development.
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