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Mouth Ulcer
Ulcer in floor of mouth since last 3 days. Can you please recommend a solution. Have started taking Tess gel. But not condition is not improving much.
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Ok, you can consult on my page, as u need oral Medicine specialist consultation for its Diagnosis and timely treatment. Myself MDS oral Medicine specialist from most eminent govt dental colege, MAIDS/ MAMC delhi. I will take a detailed history, advice and medicate you accordingly. Thanks
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Maybe due to poor oral hygiene
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Take becosule z once daily Kenakort 0.1 ointment
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Hi, mouth ulcers are harmless and they heal on its own in couple of weeks. Do not worry. Usually it develops when you bite your tongue/cheek/lip while eating or due to hard tooth brushing or if you burn your mouth while eating hot food.
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Apply gel as adviced. You can try Rexidine-M gel too. Take multivitamin tablets for a week. Do not eat hot and spicy food. Keep yourself hydrated. Have coconut water, curd, chia seeds with water, gargle with warm salt water, do not eat citrus containing foodstuffs.
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If it doesn’t heal within 2-3weeks, visit your nearby dentist
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Ulcer occurs due to stress , vitamin B12 deficiency. It takes 7 days to heal . Apply gel as prescribed by the dentist. Don't take so much stress in life ,practise stress free life.
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visit dentist for clinical examination
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eat vitamin B12 rich fruits like Banana, papaya, oranges, etc.
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