White thick water come in to my moth. I show my moth to ENT specialist but he state that there is no problem in ur moth after that I contact dental consultant who remove my all teeth but my moth is still sensitive he advice me to use pain killer in this regards. I see my moth in mirror and found one white spot in the lower gum which is causing of my problem ( sensitive of my moth ).

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 30 - September - 2012, at 23:29 PM

  • It sounds like it could be a canker sore (or aphthous ulcer).Canker sores are the kinds of oral locales that may be painful to the touch and may actually hamper the normal chewing of food. There is a variety of reasons why these sores may occur: sometimes they are the result of a blunt force trauma against the closed mouth while other times they may be associated with bacterial infections. Rarer although still possible are the gum sores brought on by medications and cancerous growths.A canker sore usually takes around 7 days to heal. Try warm salt water rinses to help with any discomfort.There are some topical applications(eg oragel) that have been found to be soothing and do not appear to have any detrimental results.If it doesn't heal within a week go see your dentist.For more info,visit the link http://www.identalhub.com/dental-natural-remedies-for-canker-sores-865.aspx


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