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Where in her mouth are these?
Does she do a lot of chewing on toys/rawhides/bones, ect?
Do they seem to be red and irritated at all?
Does she normally chew a lot of bones and hard things?
Great. Thanks for the additional information. I really appreciate it.
Since she is a bone chewer, I suspect these are spots where she has either bitten her cheeks, or it's irritation from the bones rubbing on her mouth.
A good way to check this would be to take away her bones for a week or so. If she's not chewing on anything hard like that, I'd expect to see some improvement in how they look when she's not retraumatizing it by chewing on bones all the time.
If you take away the bones, and there's still no improvement, then you may want to have your vet take a peek, just to make sure it's nothing serious, but I strongly suspect removing the bones for a week or so will give us our answer.
I hope this helps.