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Can you get stomatitis from going to the dentist?

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Dr. Sal Aragona answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Very rare: Typically, any type of stomatitis is usually a chronic inflamation of the oral tissues from a number of intrinsic causes. Any irritation or inflamation from a dental visit is usually temporary and will subside in a few days.

Answered 11/22/2012

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Dr. Dominick Curalli answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Rare, but...: Usually the dentist helps you figure out where your stomatitis came from and helps to resolve it. There are some materials and medications used at dental offices you may be allergic to that can lead to stomatis, but it is rare. I would ask your dentist what he or she thinks. They will know your history best.

Answered 12/6/2012

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