The Cause Is Often Canker Sores On The Tip Of The Gums?
I am 20 years old, the mouth ulcer is often at the tip of the gums until the cheeks are swollen like a toothache. How to handle it?
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Frequently, thrush is not a serious condition to worry about. But indeed, in some people, canker sores often recur and recur so it feels very disturbing, even to the point of causing difficulties in the process of eating or talking. This condition can arise due to many factors, for example:
Mechanical injury, such as being bitten or scratched by another sharp tooth The use of braces or false teeth is not appropriate Habits of smoking or chewing tobacco Infection, such as due to fungi, viruses, or bacteria Immune disorders, for example due to HIV, malnutrition, side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy Autoimmune disorders, for example in patients with intestinal inflammation, Behcet's disease, etc. If it is very disturbing, you should check your condition directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Through a thorough examination, not just a physical examination, but also laboratory tests to biopsy (if needed), your doctor can generally give you the best treatment. Not only that, it's also important for you to take the following steps so that your complaints don't always recur at a later date:
Keep your teeth and mouth clean properly, including by regularly brushing your teeth, gargling with antiseptic solutions, and checking your oral health regularly to the dentist. Not accustom sucking or biting on lips Maintain endurance, ie by regularly resting, eating nutritious food, consume lots of fruit that are rich in vitamin C, and always do a healthy lifestyle. Don't smoke. Don't also consume drugs carelessly. Hope it helps.