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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 cause of a mouth ulcer?
A mouth ulcer is usually nothing to worry about and is typically caused by accidentally biting the inside of your cheek.
It may be caused by other reasons like a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection, or even some medical conditions.
Your mouth ulcer should go away on its own in about 2 weeks, but if there is no improvement after this time, speak to your doctor as an ulcer that doesn’t heal may be a sign of mouth cancer.
What causes toothache?
Toothache can be caused by a number of things, such as a dental abscess, tooth decay, a damaged or cracked tooth, a problem with a filling or braces, and an infection.
There are ways to relieve the discomfort of toothache, but if the pain persists, book an appointment to see your dentist.
How do I relieve my toothache?
If you’ve got toothache, it’s important that you make a dentist appointment to find out what the problem is.
In the meantime, however, you might need something to relieve the pain.
Regular painkillers like paracetamol and ibuprofen should help to relieve your pain, or you could try an alternative remedy like a salt water rinse or clove oil.