Small and superficial graze surrounded by a lively red edging, generally in mucous membrane of the mouth, very sensitive to touching. Aphthae are round or oval small wounds that appear in your mouth. They are also called sores or ulcers. Usually they are 2 to 8 mm in diameter. It is amazing that they are so small, because when you rub them with your tongue or your teeth, it feels as if you had a golf-ball in your mouth. Aphthae appear on your inner cheeks, your tongue, your palate, or on your lower gums. They are yellow or white, surrounded by a redder area. Although they are annoying, we do not need to worry when we have them.
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What do we mean by an aphtae
An aphtae are small, painful and superficial mouth ulcers. They usually come and do, after a brief or long period between two outbreaks. They are not contagious.
The abnormal response of the immune system against the superficial mouth tissue. Genetic predisposition Food allergies or sensitivity to certain foods as chocolate, nuts or citric fruits. Mouth tissues injury (rough tooth brushing) and nutritional deficiencies.
A risk factor is a something that increases the chances of contracting a disease or disorders: Family history of aphta sufferers, bad absorption of nutriebnts -Ptrolognued temperature, HIV or Aids, stress, hormonal changes in women.
Aphtae are small ulcers in the oral cavity surrounded by redness. They are very painful and heal for a rather long time. It is suitable to use oral gels, or pastes in combination with a mouthwash containing a mild desensitiser for their treatment. In general, it is necessary to supplement the B group vitamins.
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