It's very important to know if you have any habits like gutkha tobacco etc.
4 yrs is a long time. Please don't ignore this. The reason for the ulcer can be found out on checking it thoroughly. Also there are many types of ulcers like traumatic ulcers. Recurrent apthous ulcers etc. Avoid self medication and visit the dentist.
frequent ulcers could b due to nutritional deficiency. Or due to tramatic occlusion of teeth or due to viral infection. Need proper dental history to diagnose. Please visit your dentist for a complete check up.
Causes for mouth ulcers
b) use of higher doses antibiotics
c) inadequate sleep
d) use of gutkha, pan mashala
e) smoking etc treatments
a) removal of cause
b) proper sleep
c) ointments like dentogel, sensoform gum paint
d) application of honey mixed with kathha.
Have a nutritious diet rich in vitamins and minerals. Have lots of greens, veggies and fruits. Sometimes, a particular foodstuff might be the trigger for such ulcers. Keep an eye out for any such patterns and avoid a particular ingredient if you find it suspicious. Consume rich sources of antioxidants like green tea etc. If these measures do not help, consult a good dentist.
If ulcers are coming in crops hopes simplex should b ruled out, otherwise normally common cause of ulcers is anxietystress or stomach upset, shortage of vit b comp you may try cap zenith for fifteen days but consulting a oral medicine or maxillofacial surgeon is a better option.
there are various reasons for mouth ulcers. It could be because of spicy food, medications, bad digestion, eating hard food etc. I would advise you to go for professional check up with a dentist to get the exact cause and solution for the same.
Ulcers may have diff reasons for occurrence. They may be due to over stress, sleeplessness, change in food habits, due to some medications etc. Kindly take more fruits intake. Avoid spicy food along with that take vitamin tabs for a week. One tab for a day will b sufficient. Use ornigreat mouth gel or dento gel for applying over the ulcers. Visit your near by dentist to take advice.
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