Bye Mouth Ulcer!™ offers a painfree and quick solution for the treatment of mouth ulcers and small wounds in the mouth. Bye Mouth Ulcer! immediately relieves you from the pain and discomfort and helps to promote the healingprocess.
"I came into contact with Bye Mouth Ulcer! when my dentist advised me to use this product for my chronical mouth ulcers. The dentist told me it was a safe and painless solution to relieve the pain and to promote the healing proces."
Chris Steen, 17 April 2011
Most cases of mouth ulcers are minor and can be treated at home without the need to visit a doctor. The minor type of mouth ulcer usually disappears without any need for treatment, but cause a lot of pain and discomfort in the process. Major, herpetiform or recurrent types of ulcers always require treatment, they are more painful and take a longer time to heal.
Treatment for mouth ulcers eases the pain and helps to stimulate the healing process but it doesn’t stop them from reoccurring.
Mouth ulcers are small oval sores, red in colour, which develop inside the mouth. They are commonly found in the inner part of the cheeks, inside the lips, under the tongue or on the soft palate. Mouth ulcers affect both men and women and are not contagious. Children and young adults are more prone to developing mouth ulcers which can often be a result of a weak immune system, stress or mouth injury.
Mouth ulcers are also known as ‘canker sores’ or ‘aphthous ulcers’.
A brief overview of mouth ulcer causes
A mouth ulcer is either an open sore, developed on the inner side of the mouth or a laceration in the mucous membrane of the mouth. Mostly they have a small and round appearance. They can cause serious pain and can really impede you oral activities. Their two main types are aphthous ulcers (canker sores) and cold sores. Whenever you are experiencing any of the above mentioned types, certain foods like pepper can really generate severe pain. Usually they come in crops of three or four and can generally last for a few days or even a week. A number of individuals experience them regularly, while others may just dig up the occasional ulcer once in a year.
Canker Sore Treatment - Difference Between Canker Sores (Mouth Ulcer) and Fever Blisters (Cold Sore)
There are a number of differences between canker sores and cold sores. If you find out more about the features, you will easily distinguish and find the right methods that will lead to quick treatment and recovery. You might even discover the preventive measures by knowing the causes and triggers. Here are some more tips on how to differentiate the two and what you can do to alleviate these conditions should you have them.
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