Tingling or burning may occur the day before the lesion occurs; they are small, very painful, and shallow; these sores may appear on the lips, gums, inside the cheeks, tongue, palate, and throat.
Pneumonia is a common disease of the mouth that causes painful necrotic lesions in the mucous membranes of the mouth, tongue and gums. The cause of oral thrush is unknown but may be autoimmune. It lasts about a week and often improves without treatment. Treatment is often symptomatic and is mostly treated with mouthwash or drops.
Oral plague on the underside of the tongue
The etiology of recurrent oral plague is not exactly known, but cases have been suggested as underlying causes; Such as hereditary background, stress, immunological disorders, hormonal factors, nutritional deficiencies and blood disorders, smoking and food allergies.
Symptoms of the pest are limited to the mouth and the patient has no general symptoms (such as fever). The main symptom is pain or burning at the site of the pest. Pain may be exacerbated by certain foods and beverages (such as acids). The pain also decreases as the wound heals.
The pest heals on its own and usually does not need treatment. For the pest, if treated, it will usually be for two purposes:
1- Reducing pain, inflammation and stress
2 – to prevent the addition of secondary infection to it
Vitamin B12 seems to be effective in treating recurrent pests (2). Mouthwashes such as benzidamine, diphenhydramine, myrtoplex, and chlorhexidine may also be used. Changing toothpaste and quitting smoking can also be helpful.
The most common treatments recommended in this regard include the following:
1- Observing oral hygiene
Use of topical protection agents (Orabase) containing topical steroids such as triamcinolone or flucinolone or Clobetasol.
Use of topical antibiotics such as chlorhexidine, benzidamine or Persica
Use of topical antibiotics such as 250 mg tetracycline capsules in 5 cc of saline saline dissolved in mouthwash
5 – Eliminate deficiencies of vitamins and serum minerals such as vitamin B12, iron and folic acid and avoid allergenic foods
6- Using local anesthetics such as lidocaine or diphenhydramine
The best treatment for oral plague is the use of herbal medicines such as sage and clove extract, under the influence of which is very fast in about 2 to 5 minutes.
8- Rubbing wicks on it makes it heal quickly, that is, for two days