For those who get canker sores, you know how much pain these small lesions on the inside of the mouth can cause!
Canker sores, also referred to as recurrent aphthous stomatitis, appear on the inside of the mouth, gums, or tongue. These small mouth ulcers usually hang around 1 to 2 weeks and are not contagious. Canker sores can be caused by biting a part of your mouth or from the constant rubbing of wire braces or poorly fitted dentures. But they can also be caused from stress, sensitivity to certain foods, hormonal changes, vitamin deficiencies, and/or weakened immune systems.
Regardless of the source, if you’re suffering from canker sores you can expedite their healing and/or relieve their pain through 6 great ways. Read them here >>>