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I have frequently mouth ulcer problem. Its so painfull please suggest any medicine for it.

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Dentogeal apply 2 time's.
Hi. Apply oraways on ulcer.
Mucopain gel smile gel hexa gel dentogel any one of these gels should be good. Take little bit on the finger tip, and apply on the ulcer. Leave it for 5 to 10 minutes and wash it off. Use it as and how required. For a better treatment visit a dentist to ascertain the cause of ulcers.
It appears you have aphthous stomatititis, try reduce stress level, if constipation or any stomch prob take med drink plenty of water.
Dologel ct thrice daily and tab riboflavin thrice daily after food.
Apply dologel or some similar topical medicament before eating to relieve pain. And consult dentist for further management.
Apply mucopain gel on the ulcers. They should heal by themselves within a weeks time.
Take a orasep gel& apply on lesions, get examined by a good dental surgeon/ omf surgeon.
Rx 1. Mucopain gel (apply 5 mins before meal)
There are lot of med. But first help us to understand why so frequent ulcer, tell me some detail.
Take becosules-zn and apply smyle ointment.
Hi, mouth ulcers are generally due to many reasons like stress, constipation, vitamin deficiency, any sharp tooth and many more. You can apply a gel like mucopain or dologel ct. These gels will give you temporary relief so that there is no pain or burning while having food. You should visit your dentist and get the ulcer evaluated.
You can apply dentogel on affected site, change your diet according to the temperature that we have now,
Hi, there are various reasons for mouth ulcers it could be because of spicy food, medications, bad digestion, eating hard food etc. You can go for professional check up to get the exact cause and solution for the same.
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