oral aphthosis consists in the formation of small and annoying injuries of round shape (precisely canker sores), in the oral cavity, the mucosa of the cheeks, lips, tongue and under language.
Involuntary bites, excessively energetic use of the toothbrush, consumption of too spicy or acidic foods, can sensitize the oral cavity and determine the onset of canker sores . Hormonal changes (due to stress), or allergic reactions to some bacteria present in the mouth (for example Helicobacter pylori), could trigger aphthosis .
What are the remedies for oral aphthosis?
Increased food attention, the intake of vitamin supplements, mineral salts and probiotics are natural and effective remedies to strengthen the immune system and fight oral aphthosis .
In the presence of numerous canker sores, the doctor can recommend the use of mouthwashes and antibiotic, cortisone and disinfectant pastes. In some cases, cauterization, or rather the elimination of canker sores, could be carried out. If aftos i persists, drug therapy will be undertaken.
What are the diseases associated with oral aphthosis?
The diseases associated with aphthosis are:
- Celiac disease
- Systemic Lupus Erymatosus
- Crohn’s disease
- Behçet syndrome
It should be noted that this list is not exhaustive, it is therefore advisable to contact your doctor if the symptom persists
Oral aphthosis, when to contact your doctor?
L ‘ oral aphthous ulceration is a disorder that tends to be chronic. For this reason, a medical consultation and a diagnosis of the cause