Mouth ulcers, also known as canker sores, are small sores that appear on the inside of your mouth, on your lips, or on your tongue. …read moreSee less
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What is a mouth ulcer?
Mouth ulcers, also known as canker sores, are unpleasant little sores that appear in your mouth; they look like round white, yellow, or grey sores.
They’re usually harmless and aren’t contagious, but they can be irritating and painful while you wait for them to heal.
Mouth ulcers can be caused by many things, like biting the inside of your cheek, poorly fitting dentures or braces, feeling tired, stressed or anxious; hormonal changes, and stopping smoking.
What is the best treatment for a mouth ulcer?
Mouth ulcers will go away on their own, but if you’d like to speed up healing, there are treatment options available.
Why not try Bonjela?
This cooling, sugar-free gel includes choline salicylate which is a painkiller and anti-inflammatory ingredient that helps to reduce swelling and discomfort caused by mouth ulcers. It also contains the antiseptic cetalkonium chloride that prevents infection by killing bacteria.
Are mouth ulcers contagious?
Mouth ulcers aren’t contagious, and there is no person-to-person spread.
There are many factors why they develop, like stress, biting your cheek, a change in hormones, and eating hot food to name a few.
How long do mouth ulcers last?
Mouth ulcers usually go away by themselves after a week or so, so you’ll need to avoid aggravating the area until then.
We’d recommend avoiding spicy, rough, or very hot or cold foods until your mouth ulcer has passed.