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By Riko Kawasaki If you have painful, white lesions inside your mouth, then most probably you have what is called mouth ulcers or canker sores. Usually, this does not need treatment as they often go away on their own. However, simple things like talking, brushing the teeth, and even eating can become a painful experience […]Continue reading
By Julie-Ann Amos Although no one has yet been able to find a cure-all for canker sores, there are plenty of steps you can take to reduce your risk. Canker sores on the tongue, mouth, and cheek are normally quite painful, which is probably why you are reading this article. So, let’s get right into […]Continue reading
By JB Harrison A cold sore (HSV-1) is a small blister or blisters that take form around the outside of the mouth. Sometimes they may appear inside of the mouth, usually found on the roof of the mouth. They are clear and filled with fluid and are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Also referred […]Continue reading