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Remedies For Cuts In Mouth
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Dentist accidental cut under tongue during treatment. Formed puss bubble. I popped it with needle. Came back after few days. What is it?
Possible Ranula: A ranula presents as a fluid filled bubble on the floor of the mouth under the tongue. It is caused by a blocked salivary gland. The saliva can't get out so it backs up and creates a bubble. Small ranulas can often resolve on their own. Larger ones (shown here) may require surgical removal. If it reoccurs have it evaluated by an oral surgeon otherwise don't worry as it has resolved on its own. ...Read more
I just ended a script for prednisone. Now my tongue is red and lookslike small cuts on it. It is very painful. What should I do for treatment?
Sir, I am having a serious trouble of pain in one of my upper molar. It pains even when I pin touch on the inside edges. My dentist with 30 years exp says it is not bad for any treatment, though it had feeling done. Now I have cut it for bridge preparati
Cuts have appeared on my external side lower lip and white pimples (thrush) on the inside side of lower lip. What's the cause and treatment?
Evaluation: Hard to say without visualization. See an oral surgeon or ENT doc for evaluation. ...Read more
Diagnosisb4treatment: What I mean by my cryptic summary is that before you can discuss remedies eg treatments, you need to have a diagnosis. Appropriate treatment for one diagnosis may not be appropriate for another. Go see your family doctor or dentist for evaluation then diagnosis then treatment. ...Read more
Dr. advice: Without actually seeing the situation at hand it is hard to make a diagnosis. My advice to you is to see your dr. Immediately. ...Read more
Medications: If you also have excessive sweating you may have a condition where the autonomic nervous system is over active and many of the secretory glands are working excessively. There are relatively safe medicines with modest side effects to control the condition. Diagnosis must preceed treatment. ...Read more
Start simple: It is probably an aphthous ulcer. There is no specific cause or treatment for them, but often just gargling with salt water will cause them to go away. If not, then see your physician. ...Read more
See a dentist or: Physician. We can't tell you what is wrong and how to treat without looking in your mouth under good lighting. ...Read more
Try one of these : Remedies. Saltwater gargles are very helpful. Mix a teaspoon of salt in 8 oz of warm water gargle with this several times a day. You can gargle with aloe vera juice a couple of times per day. A mixture of chamomile tea with honey ; a small amount of lemon juice is good. Pour boiling water over thinly sliced organic ginger. Steep for at least five minutes in a covered pot. Add 2 to 3 tbs of honey. ...Read more
Depends on cause.: These lesions would need to be examined, a history obtained & other tests may be necessary in order to diagnose them. Consult with your dentist. Usually the lesions needs to be identified to determine the solution. ...Read more
Mouth ulcers: It really depends on what the cause of the ulcer is — it could be one of several entities, and without a true diagnosis, you would just be guessing (as well as not knowing why/how it got there). An aphthous ulcer is an immune-type reaction; some ulcers come from trauma due to a sharp edge of a tooth or dentistry; others can be due to a chronic infection — you should see your dentist. ...Read more
Depends: Treatment depends on the cause and I regret that it is not feasible to discern the cause without examining you. Did you burn/scald the roof of your mouth? You may wish to wait it out. If it is not better in a couple of weeks, please consult a doctor in-person. ...Read more
Mouth "ulcers" is a very nonspecific term and have numerous causes- ie, bacterial hormonal, viral, yeast, inflammatory, autoimmune, neoplastic causes.
Salt water or baking soda rinses may ease the pain but any ulceration that stays more than 2 weeks should be evaluated by a medical or dental professional. ...Read more
Get your doctor: Could be from your GI but if not get professional help. ...Read more
Symptomatic care: Hand-foot-mouth disease is a very common viral infection, usually occurring in childhood. Since it is a viral infection, there is no specific treatment for it. Care consists of keeping the child comfortable and hydrated. Here is a link to the cdc article about the illness. http://www.cdc.gov/hand-foot-mouth/index.html. ...Read more
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