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Hello Doc, I am 38 years and Got High Sugar 300+, I had My Wisdom Teeth Removed Last Year Due To Chick-bite. I am Facing With Oral Health Issues, I Get Mouth Ulcer Very Often and Also There is A Cut In My Left Corner When I Try To Yawn or Open Mouth For Eating. The Food Seems To Be Spicy Every time I try to Eat Also I Have High Sensitivity on My Inside Left Chick When I Try To Eat Hot and Spicy. I Need Your Advice For A Proper Oral Health Which Help Get rid Of The Mouth Ulcer and Help Me With the Pain.

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Hello Doc, I am 38 years and Got High Sugar 300+, I had M...
Avoid hot and spicy food or drinks. Have bland diet and bland toothpaste. No mouthwash, no medicated gel unless prescribed by Oral pathologist. Proper physical exercise, good sleep, avoid mental extortion and anxiety. Quit all kind of Oral habits, like smoking, panmasala and everything. Medicines can be prescribed only after a thorough clinical examination by an Oral pathologist. Nothing to panic about but visit an Oral pathologist earliest possible.
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Hello Doc, I am 38 years and Got High Sugar 300+, I had M...
Keep sugar under strict control eat leafy green veg drink plenty of water take cap b comp every day avoid spicy food keep a good oral hygiene brush twice daily
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Hello Doc, I am 38 years and Got High Sugar 300+, I had M...
Hi Mr. lybrate-user. High diabetes have its own oral manifestation. Your oral ulcers may be one reason becase of uncontrolled diabetes. As far as the cut your talking about on your left cheek. I suggest you get a oral check-up done from a dentist near you asap. Its not a good idea to neglect any cuts or long standing mouth ulcers untreated.
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