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Mouth ulcers

Hi, I have got severe mouth ulcers post my viral fever. Which are not going and in turn multiplying. Could you please let me know whom should i visit for this problem???
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ulcers are common after viral fever local applications like dentogel give good relief , but dentist as such canno do much for this kinda problem proper diagnosis by consulting physician and use of complete medication leads to slow regression of these ulcers
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Dr. Kshitiz Rohilla Faridabad | Oral Pathologist
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An oral pathologist will be the most appropriate person for the correct diagnosis of your problem.... there are multiple differential diagnosis for mouth ulcers, both solitary and multiple..... after a proper clinical examination and if required, a biopsy, right treatment can be instituted for you..... please search for an oral pathologist in your vicinity and consult him/her as soon as possible.
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Dr. Sanjay Shah Mumbai | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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The best relief that can be given to mouth ulcers is with Diode Lasers.  They are very effective in treating and healing oral ulcers.  Vitamins help too....
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Sharath Kumar K N Mandya | General Physician
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Hello, I went through your query, it's common to see ulcers in Mouth after a episode of viral fever or any fever, it is aggregated by vitamin deficiencies . You only need to visit your general physician or dentist if you have a mouth ulcer that is very painful or has lasted less than three weeks, or if you are getting mouth ulcers regularly.  If you have had a severe mouth ulcer for more than three weeks, your GP or dentist may order for some tests.
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