Our expert says:
These could be swollen lymph glands due to the infection in your mouth. If it is, it should gradually go away after the tooth is treated. If it persists or gets bigger, your doctor will have to draw bloods to check for signs of infection or blood abnormalities, or they may need to do a biopsy.
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