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What can I do for cracks on the side of my mouth?

What can I do for cracks on the side of my mouth?

CRACKS MOUTH CORNERS: Without looking I couldn't be sure, but it sounds as if you have a condition called, angular stomatitis or perleche. Often due to a yeast infection. Stop chewing gum, use a mild toothpaste (tom's of maine is a good one); don't eat raw fruit without cutting it up. A prescription product called mycolog cream can sometimes help.

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Cracks at corner of mouth after oral?

Cracks at corner of mouth after oral?

Friction, drying: I assume you mean after oral sex you find cracks in the corners of your mouth. It's not serious, in all likelihood. There is a small chance that you have a sexually transmitted disease on your lips, and that requires treatment. But more likely is that the friction and motion of the sex act, plus perhaps the drying quality of genital secretions on your lips, combine to cause the cracking. Lubricate.

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I have cracks at corner of mouth. What can I do?

I have cracks at corner of mouth. What can I do?

Angular chelitis: Angular chelitis (cuts at the corners of the mouth) can have an etiology from bacteria, fungus, a loss in vertical dimension, or iron deficiencies. See your dentist for proper care as soon as possible. Proper diagnosis is key for proper treatment.

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What is the definition or description of: Cracks at corner of mouth?

What is the definition or description of: Cracks at corner of mouth?

Fissures: The corners of the mouth (angles) are the oral commissures. There can be small fissures in that area.

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Is there a dental condition that could cause swelling under the lip? It will itch for a.second. Then swell then go away cracks at corner of mouth to

Is there a dental condition that could cause swelling under the lip? It will itch for a.second. Then swell then go away cracks at corner of mouth to

Angular cheilitis: Could be either an impetigo-type skin infection or a yeast infection or both. Try an antibiotic ointment alternating with an antifungal cream like clotrimazole and see your primary care doctor for further treatment. It can also happen from malabsorption or malnutrition. B-complex vitamin supplement and iron may help. Also, avoid lip-licking and moisturize at night with lip balm or vaseline.

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Can thrush cause white flakiness on skin and cracks at corner of mouth? How do you get rid of it without prescription? Prescriptions are not effective

Can thrush cause white flakiness on skin and cracks at corner of mouth? How do you get rid of it without prescription? Prescriptions are not effective

Angular chili this: The cracking at the angles of the mouth is usually from yeast. More likely in diabetics, those who have been on antibiotics, or denture wearers. Often responds to topical anti fungal creams such as lotrimin (clotrimazole). If it doesn't improve then get fasting blood sugar blood test.

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The cracks in the corner of mouth won't heal. What do you recommend?

The cracks in the corner of mouth won't heal. What do you recommend?

Angular Chelitis: You probably have angular chelitis though generally there is some itching or burning associated with it but not always. One thing that can cause this is eating a lot of acid containing foods like tomatoes or oranges. You might try using Hydrocortisone cream over the counter 4-5 times a day but will most likely need prescritption strength to clear it up. Your dentist is the best person to see.

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Corner of mouth outside is red/painful it cracks and peels no apparent bump/acne/hair follicle etc sometimes goes almost all away then comes back?

Corner of mouth outside is red/painful it cracks and peels no apparent bump/acne/hair follicle etc sometimes goes almost all away then comes back?

Angular cheilitis: Multifactorial disorder of infectious origin. The sores are often infected with fungi (yeasts), or sometimes bacteria, or both. Several nutritional deficiency states of vitamins or minerals have been linked to AC. It is thought that in about 25% of people with AC, iron deficiency or deficiency of B vitamins are involved. Keep a good oral hygiene, try to eat healthier and take a good multi-vitamin.

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What causes white flakes at the corner of the mouth and causes cracks which makes it harder to open the mouth?

What causes white flakes at the corner of the mouth and causes cracks which makes it harder to open the mouth?

Sounds like thrush: It sounds like thrush, a yeast infection of the mouth. Thrush can come on due to exposure to antibiotics, or it may be a herald of a deeper problem, such as hiv/aids. See a doctor.

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What should I use to treat the cracks in the corner of my mouth?

What should I use to treat the cracks in the corner of my mouth?

Ointment: A and d ointment usually works well. This has those 2 vitamins in it. Also, resist the urge to lick your lips, and keep them lubricated with lip balm of some kind. See your dentist if you have worn down teeth or dentures, as this may be partly causing it. Check your diet for sufficient vit. C. Good luck.

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What are natural ways to cure cracks on the corners of mouth overnight?

Angular cheilitis: It may be angular cheilitis. See your doctor and let them look at it.

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Which deficiency causes the corner of your mouth crack?

Which deficiency causes the corner of your mouth crack?

Rarely Vitamin C: Could be a variety causes including yeast infection or significant change in the way your teeth meet (occlusion) so that you close down further thereby irritating the corners of your mouth. See a dentist first. If it's just dry, irritated skin, you could try a;d ointment consistently used daily for 2 weeks can heal these irritations.

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I have white cracks on the corners of my mouth?

Angular Cheilitis: Or cracks at the corners of the mouth. The most common cause of the cracks is a fungal infection. Home remedies for cracked corners of the mouth include drinking plenty of water and using a lip balm that contains beeswax or petroleum jelly. Stay away from treatments or creams containing alcohol or menthol. Rec.: if concerned see your dentist for evaluation and treatment.

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I get splits/cracks in the corner of my mouth from time to time. What's the best way to clear it up.?

Two steps: Short term, try ointments such as Aquaphor. Long term, please have your B-12 level checked since B12 Deficiency can cause cracked lip corners known as angular cheilitis.

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I noticed crack/sores on corner of both sides of mouth what could this be? What causes this! How do I treat its painful.?

I noticed crack/sores on corner of both sides of mouth what could this be? What causes this! How do I treat its painful.?

Sounds like: It may be angular cheilitis sometimes caused by a fungal or bacterial infection. See your dentist or md for a proper diagnosis. Treatment is often an antifungal cream.

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I am experiencing painful cracks at the corners of mouth. It's angular cheiltis, It has been flaring up a lot lately and won't go away after 3 weeks?

I am experiencing painful cracks at the corners of mouth. It's angular cheiltis, It has been flaring up a lot lately and won't go away after 3 weeks?

Cheilitis: Angular cheilitis can be caused by a fungal infection, in which case lotrimin lotion can help. If there is a bacterial infection then antibacterial ointment, or it may get better simply by applying petroleum jelly to the cracked areas. Best to discuss with your doctor.

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Cracked corners of mouth, is it herpes?

Cracked corners of mouth, is it herpes?

Unlikely: Based on your description of 'cracked' lips, it's unlikely to be herpes. Furthermore, herpes is also unlikely to affect both corners of your mouth at the same time. You either have chronic dry lips, in which case the simple use of a lip balm daily would help. However, sometimes a fungal infection can also cause this. See you dentist. He or she can give a special medicine which help.