How To Get Rid Of Canker Sores Treatment

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Are you trying To Get Rid Of Canker Sores? Learn How To Get Rid Of Canker Sores and Canker Sore Treatment!

00:00 How To Get Rid Of Canker Sores Treatment?
01:05 What Is A Canker Sore?
02:16 How To Get Rid Of Canker Sores?
04:12 Canker Sore Treatment?
09:32 How To Prevent A Canker Sore?
13:35 When To Seek Medical Attention?
15:09 Conclusion on Canker Sores?
15:50 Bloopers

Canker Sores (Mouth ulcers) are common and should clear up on their own within a week or 2. But see a GP or dentist if you have a mouth ulcer that lasts longer than 3 weeks.

Canker sores are rarely a sign of anything serious, but may be uncomfortable to live with.

They need time to heal and there’s no quick fix.

Avoiding things that irritate your mouth ulcer should help:
– Speed up the healing process
– Reduce pain
– Reduce the chance of it returning

– Use a soft-bristled toothbrush
– Drink cool drinks through a straw
– Eat softer foods
– Get regular dental check-ups
– Eat a healthy, balanced diet

– Do not eat very spicy, salty or acidic food
– Do not eat rough, crunchy food, such as toast or crisps
– Do not drink very hot or acidic drinks, such as fruit juice
– Do not use chewing gum
– Do not use toothpaste containing sodium lauryl sulphate

Seek medical advice if your Canker Sore,
– Lasts longer than 3 weeks
– Keeps coming back
– Grows bigger than usual or is near the back of your throat
– Bleeds or becomes more painful and red – this may be a sign of an infection

Although most mouth ulcers are harmless, a long-lasting mouth ulcer is sometimes a sign of mouth cancer. It’s best to get it checked.

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