What are Canker Sores?

Canker sores, otherwise known as aphthous ulceration or aphthous stomatitis, is a defined, recurrent, non-infectious disease of the oral mucous membrane. It is second most common type of ulceration after traumatic ulceration, and the most common form or recurrent oral [...]

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Canker Sore Treatments and Remedies

Canker sores cannot be cured. The objective of treatment is only to relieve symptoms. The appropriate remedy depends on the cause, degree of systemic involvement, severity, and duration of the symptoms. One important aspect of treating canker sores involves removal [...]

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What are Canker Sores?

Canker sores, otherwise known as aphthous ulceration or aphthous stomatitis, is a defined, recurrent, non-infectious disease of the oral mucous [...]

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Canker Sore Causes

What causes canker sores is not yet completely understood. However, a large body of laboratory and clinical evidence suggest that [...]

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Canker Sore Symptoms

Aphthous ulcers or canker sores are classified based on the following parameters: size of the ulcer/s present, duration, and the [...]

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Canker Sore Treatments and Remedies

Canker sores cannot be cured. The objective of treatment is only to relieve symptoms. The appropriate remedy depends on the [...]

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What are Mouth Ulcers?

An ulcer refers to a lesion which is characterized by a discontinuity of the epithelium, or the protective layer of [...]

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Mouth Ulcer Causes

Ulcers caused by physical trauma Traumatic ulcers are the most common ulcer of the oral cavity. It is due to [...]

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