How do the sores in oral cavity occur? How to solve the problems and to cure them?
The stomatitis apthosa or the mouth sores usually occur in the youth and can occur in female more than male which have many causes as follows:
- The little sores, 1-10 millimeters in diameter, most often occurs and will disappear within 7-10 days.
- The big wound, more than 10 millimeters in diameter, less occurs than the little sores and may disappear within 10-30 days. After they disappear, it may cuase some scar.
- The Herpetiform wound, the combination of many sores (no connection to mouth herpes) and will disappear within7-10 days.
Symptoms of the stomatitis apthosa or mouth sores which may discover by the cut on tongue, the inner membrane of lip or gum, they may occur 1-2 time per year or more. There will be ache, sting, hot at the sores. The sores are not contagious diseases and can not spread to other people.
Causes of the stomatitis apthosa or mouth sores may occur by the food allergies or the immune deficiency. Some cases may occur by nutrition deficiency such as Vitamin B12, Iron, Vitamin C. Additionally the enteritis, stress, membrane biting, hard object chewing, wrong toothbrushing technique, spicy food eating, cigarettes smoking or unfit denture, the Sodium Salfate toothpastes may cause the mouth sores.
Cures and Suggestions:
- Avoid eating frenchfries or hard food which may penetrate the membranes and avoid the spicy food.
- Suggest to use the mouthwash and the salty water to wash your mouth.
- Sprad the medicine to the sores such as anaesthetic cream or steroids cream
- Eat painkillers or hold small ice cubes in your mouth or drink cold water.
- Eat Vitamin B and C.
- If it occurs by other diseases such as SLE, Clone, Baysec, you should consult with your doctors to cure based on the symptoms of such diseases.
- Mostly the sores disappear by themselves without any medication except only painkillers from time to time. If it does not disappear or continually appears more than 1 month. You should consult with your doctors or dentists to find the clear causes.
Note: This article is for educational purposes only. We suggest you to consult with your doctors or your dentists for any dental problems or any further questions. This information supported by Dentist Tanapote Ninmod of Club Smile Clinic.