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Getting Recurring Mouth Ulcers?

Mouth ulcers are painful lesions in the mouth at the base of gums or inside the cheeks or lips. In scientific terms, it is the loss of tissue lining in the mouth.

They can be painful, annoying, and can interfere while eating, drinking, brushing, and even talking. They are very common.

Although these symptoms are unpleasant, Mouth ulcers are temporary, and can last up to a week or two after your infection has gone.

However, if you get mouth ulcers that last longer than three weeks, it is better you seek medical attention as it may be a sign of other underlying problems.


Of Mouth Ulcer
  • Infection by bacteria or fungus.
  • Trauma or injury or dental practice injury.
  • Hormonal changes.
  • Mouthwash containing sodium lauryl sulphate may contribute.
  • Deficiency of Vitamin B-12, zinc, folate, or iron.
  • Acidic food and drink.
  • Stress.
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To Avoid Mouth Ulcers
  • Maintain proper oral hygiene
  • Avoid spicy, acidic food & beverages.
  • Salt water gargling
  • Maintaining a balanced & healthy diet.
  • Drink sufficient water
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For Mouth Ulcers at Summirow Dental
  • An expert in the field of all things dentistry and as one of the best dental hospitals in Surat, we can help you make an assessment.
  • We discuss the health of your mouth, and examine the causes that make your mouth sore.
  • Having established the reasons that cause recurring ulcers in your mouth, we also prescribe necessary medication to prevent them.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Mild mouth ulcers heal within 1 to 2 weeks. Painful ulcers can take up to 6 weeks to heal. If you are prone to recurring mouth ulcers, it is best you visit us for early treatment.

Yes, mouth ulcers that do not heal naturally and last for several weeks, can lead to oral cancer. Mouth ulcers can occur anywhere in the mouth but the ones that develop under the tongue are particularly alarming.

Healthy eating and oral hygiene can help your mouth stay ulcer-free. This is especially true if you have an ulcer because of a deficiency.

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