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Mouth Sores

Mouth Sores: Large or Small, No Fun at All!

Mouth sores pop up for all sorts of reasons: infection, jagged teeth, loose dentures, braces, chemotherapy and cancer. These sores hurt and sometimes it’s hard to know what to do to stop the pain.

Here’s a guide to the most frequently encountered types of mouth sores.

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Canker Sores: The Most Common Mouth Sore

Canker sores burn and sting. However, we still don’t know what causes these sores, even though scientists call them big names like Aphthous Ulcers and Aphthous Stomatitis. On the other hand, it’s clear that these sores show up more frequently when we’re tired, stressed or sick. In addition, people with autoimmune diseases like Crohns or Lupus get them more frequently than others.

Canker sores can show up on our lips, tongue, gums, cheeks or the roof of the mouth and usually last around 10 days. Therefore, if a canker sore lasts more than 2 weeks or is larger than 1cm in diameter, it’s important to have it checked by a dentist because it could be infected or it could be a sign of something more serious. Read more about Canker Sores.

Tips and Home Remedies for Canker Sores:

  • Eat bland foods: Spicy, sweet & sour foods can irritate the canker sore and make it hurt worse. In addition, abrasive foods like tortilla chips can injure the sore.
  • Rinse with a salt or baking soda rinse: Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda or salt in 1 cup warm water.
  • Milk of Magnesia: Dab a small about on the sore several times a day.
  • Pain relieving gels or creams: Use them as soon as the sores appear. Commonly used products contain Benzocaine such as Anbesol, Kank-A or Orabase
  • Use a Hydrogen Peroxide rinse: Oragel Antiseptic Mouth Sore Rinse and Peroxyl are both great.
  • Brush gently: Avoid jabbing or injuring the sore. 
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Canker Sores

Cold Sores:

How do people get cold sores?

Cold Sores, also called Fever Blisters or Herpes Simplex, are caused by a highly contagious virus that passes from person to person through personal contact, touch, or saliva as well as through behaviors like sharing eating utensils, razors & towels, or kissing. People most commonly catch the virus as small children. After that, they have it all their lives.

What happens when you have a cold sore?

Although Cold Sores typically show up around the lips, they can occur under the nose and on the skin as well. Furthermore, in young children, cold sores can show up inside the mouth and be mistaken for canker sores. Cold sores are fluid filled blisters and they typically show up after several days of tingling and itching in the blister area. After that, blisters will pop, ooze and crust over before going away. Moreover, they usually appear in the same area every time and can last up to two weeks.

What makes cold sores worse?

Like canker sores, cold sores tend to pop up when the immune system is weak or stressed due to stress, fatigue, emotional upset, illness or even sunburn. See a dentist if the cold sore lasts more than two weeks, if you have frequent cold sores or if symptoms are severe. Read more about cold sores.

Cold Sore Tips and Home Remedies:

  • Apply Medicated Cold Sore Ointment: Healing time can be up to a day shorter with frequent application of Docosanol (Abreva).
  • Apply Cold Sore Creams: There are many creams at the store that contain alcohol and effectively dry out the sore. For some people, these speed healing time.
  • Use Lipbalm and Sunblock: Since sunburn clearly stresses the skin and can cause cold sore outbreaks, keeping your lips moisturized and protected from the sun helps prevent cold sores. In addition, choose a moisturizing lipbalm with a powerful sunblock such as zinc oxide.
  • Try a Cool Compress: A cool, damp cloth can help inflammation and reduce redness. Moreover, this can also speed crusting and healing.
  • Use Pain Relieving Gels or Creams: Topical creams or gels that contain Benzocaine or Lidocaine help with temporary numbing for pain and irritation.
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Cold Sores

Mouth Abrasions and Leukoplakia:

Sharp edges of broken teeth, stray wires from braces and anything else scratchy, sharp, pokey or rough can cause uncomfortable white or gray mouth sores called Leukoplakia.

These sores (doctors call them plaques) are dangerous because they increase your risk for oral cancer. Therefore, it’s important to smooth or remove whatever is irritating your mouth before the irritation causes permanent damage. Most importantly, white and gray patches need to be looked at by a doctor to insure that they are cancer free. Read more about leukoplakia.

Furthermore, if you have braces, use your orthodontic wax to cover irritating brackets or wires and protect yourself from cancer later on.

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Mouth Abrasions and Leukoplakia

Denture Sores:

Dentures sores are painful sores on the gums that make using and wearing a denture miserable. Denture spots usually occur for one of three reasons:

  • First, the denture is too large.
  • Second, the denture isn’t molding to the gums evenly.
  • Third, the denture hasn’t been properly cleaned and is causing a fungal infection.

What you can do to fix it:

When the denture is too large:

Firstly, if the denture is too large, it needs to be adjusted and polished. Secondly, help the sores heal by eating a soft diet, rinsing with salt water or baking soda water, and cleaning the denture with nightly soaks in denture cleaner.

When the denture doesn’t mold evenly to the gums:

If your denture doesn’t fit your gums, then either your bone has changed or the denture bite is uneven. Either way, the inside of your denture is going to be uneven on your gums and that makes denture sores. To fix this problem, a dentist will usually reline your denture, giving it a new lining to sit on the gums that fits your gums and bone in their new shape. 

When the denture isn’t clean enough:

If a denture isn’t completely cleaned on a daily basis, fungus builds up and can cause a mouth infection called thrush (or candidiasis). In order to get rid of the fungal infection, you’ll probably need prescription anti-fungal medication as well as new denture cleaning techniques. In addition, some people’s mouths are more sensitive than others.

 

To Prevent Thrush:

  • Brush or rinse dentures after every meal.
  • Soak dentures every night in denture cleaning solution.
  • Brush both the denture and your gums nightly.
  • Use antiseptic mouth rinses (with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide) to help keep your mouth clean and infection free.
  • If you have frequent mouth sores or dry mouth, DON’T use a rinse with alcohol and try an alcohol free or dry mouth specific rinse like Biotene.
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Denture Sores

Chemotherapy Sores:

Why does chemotherapy cause sores?

Chemotherapy works because it targets rapidly growing cells. Unfortunately, it doesn’t know the difference between a cancer cell and a mouth cell. That’s why its common for chemotherapy patients to get burn-like sores in their mouths. These sores can make eating, talking, swallowing and even breathing painful. Chemo mouth sores usually show up within two to three days of starting chemotherapy. They’re the worst around seven days and go away after two to three weeks.

Treating chemotherapy sores

There is no way to prevent these sores 100%, but we can take steps that make them better or worse. Sores are definitely more miserable if they get infected. Getting your mouth as healthy as possible before beginning treatment can help reduce chemo sore intensity and complications.

Mouth health affects chemotherapy success

Having a healthy mouth is also important because mouth sores provide a gateway for infection to enter the body when the immune system is weakened from chemo. Keeping the mouth clean is critical to preventing chemotherapy complications.

 

4 Steps you can take to get a healthy mouth:

1. See Your Dentist

Make sure your dentist looks in every crack and cranny for infection. Treat any infections present in your teeth or gums. Eliminating infections lowers your body’s stress load and helps it heal more efficiently. Getting rid of infection reduces your risk for complications once you start chemo.

2. Stop Smoking 

If you smoke, stopping will not only improve your overall health, it will improve your mouth’s ability to heal, which means a quicker recovery from mouth sores.

3. Eat Healthy!

Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables will give your body the nutrients it needs to heal and stay strong.

4. Use the Right Tools

Care for your teeth and gums daily using non-alcohol mouthwashes, soft flosses and soft toothbrushes or foam cleaners. This insures that you keep bacteria in the mouth under control and prevent painful infections.

5 Tips to get you comfortable and eating again:

1. Keep up your home care

It can be painful to brush and floss; however, there are special types of brushes and floss that make it easier. Keeping teeth clean is critical to keeping infections from forming and allowing sores to heal.

2. Rinse your mouth 

Frequent rinsing with warm salt water or baking soda water helps keep things clean and can speed healing.

3. Magic Mouthwash

This prescription rinse contains coating agents that form a protective layer over the sores as well as numbing agents to help with pain. An alternative to Magic Mouthwash is asking your dentist about Coating Agents and Pain Killer Rinses with similar ingredients to help cover the sores and numb pain to ease eating and talking.

4. Avoid Foods that Cause Pain 

Acidic foods, spicy foods, sharp or hard foods and alcohol containing foods or drinks can irritate already irritated mouth tissue (mucosa). Mouth sores are extra sensitive to hot and cold temperatures. Room temperature foods and drinks are often the most comfortable.

5. Use a Straw

Using a straw helps you keep liquid off of painful sores.

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Chemotherapy Sores

Oral Lichen Planus

Oral lichen planus: Weird name for a funny looking mouth sore

These spots look like lacy white patches on the tongue or cheeks. In addition, more serious cases are painful and interfere with eating, drinking or talking.

What causes oral lichen planus?

Scientists think that these lacy patches are a kind of autoimmune or allergic reaction because they seem to be happen because of mouth irritation, emotional stress, dental procedures, or trauma. However, they are also more common for people with Hepatitis C and diabetes.

Treating oral lichen planus

Treatment can involve prescription corticosteroid rinses, immune response medications, light therapy and aloe vera. Although these patches don’t always hurt, it’s important to treat Oral Lichen Planus because it increases the risk of getting oral cancer.

Preventing oral lichen planus

Since oral lichen planus is related to mouth irritation, preventing it means keeping your teeth and mouth clean with careful home care and regular dental cleanings. In addition, it means using soft toothbrushes and soft floss and avoiding irritating foods and alcohol. Read more about lichen planus.

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Oral Lichen Planus

Candidiasis or Thrush:

If you have white spots on your cheeks or tongue that won’t brush off, then you potentially have Candidiasis. Candidiasis is a big name for an overgrowth of yeast fungus. In addition to causing white patches, Cadidiasis can also cause a sore throat, difficulty swallowing and cracked skin in the corners of the mouth called cheilosis.

Candidiasis can occur whenever the immune system is weakened. In addition, antibiotics, steroids and cancer treatment increase the risk of developing this infection. Furthermore, it’s also a common problem for denture wearers.

Consequently, this infection is treated with antifungal medication and careful home care. Read more about candidiasis.

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Candidiasis or Thrush

Dry Mouth:

Dry mouth occurs when we don’t have enough spit or saliva in our mouths. Moreover, this can occur for a variety of reasons. For instance, dry mouth can be the side effect of a medication, a disease, or even menopause. In addition, it can also be caused by radiation therapy, chemotherapy and smoking.

Dry mouth can make your mouth feel parched and cause difficulty swallowing. Furthermore, it contributes to more frequent dry lips, mouth sores and cavities. Moreover, it causes bad breath and can make talking difficult. Consequently, dry mouth is miserable and also causes a lot of damage in the mouth.

Eliminating dry mouth means treating whatever is causing it. However, when treating the underlying cause (medication, disease, etc) isn’t possible, it becomes important to develop habits to minimize the damage.

Tips for Managing Dry Mouth:

  • Drink Water: Continually sip on water or sugarless drinks
  • Avoid Caffeine: Caffeine is a diuretic that causes us to lose water, and it can contribute to dry mouth.
  • Chew sugarless gum or suck on sugarless sweets: This can stimulate saliva flow if the saliva glands still function.
  • Choose Xylitol: Xylitol is a sugar free sweetener that makes your mouth cleaner. It helps stop bacterial growth in the mouth because bacteria in the mouth are not able to digest it.
  • Avoid Tobacco and Alcohol: These further dry the mouth.
  • Get a Humidifier: Nighttime humidifier use can help minimize the effects of dry mouth while you sleep.

For Dry Mouth, Consider Implants:

Without saliva, teeth decay very quickly. Therefore, people with dry mouth can have multiple new cavities at every dental appointment. In other words, when you have dry mouth, keeping teeth repaired becomes a full time job. Sadly, I’ve seen patients with full mouth restorations who had to re-do their mouths AGAIN after just a couple years because of dry mouth.

When the underlying cause of dry mouth is something that can’t be changed, getting dental implants is the best way to get healthy, functional teeth to chew with and to eliminate the hassle and expense of constant cavities. Above all, dental implants can’t decay and they don’t depend on saliva to stay healthy. If you find yourself facing a lifetime of dry mouth, consider replacing decaying teeth with dental implants for long term success. Read more about dry mouth.

Oral Cancer:

People rarely pay much attention to their mouths unless they hurt, but oral cancer is a killer that doesn’t always hurt at the beginning. Therefore, if you notice any of the following symptoms, get it checked out right away!

Warning signs of oral cancer include the following:

  • A mouth sore that just won’t heal
  • Lumps or thickening tissue on or in the cheek
  • A white or red patch on the gums, tongue or anywhere in the mouth
  • Persistent mouth pain
  • Numbness in the mouth
  • Oral cancer can also disguise itself as jaw problems or mis-fitting dentures

We perform an oral cancer screening at every cleaning and we always want to know if you’ve noticed anything changing. Because you know how your mouth normally feels, never feel embarrassed to bring changes to our attention. It’s always better safe than sorry!

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