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Do you recall noticing a painful open sore with a red border and a white or yellowish center developing in your mouth? Have you ever felt a tingling or burning sensation inside you mouth or lips? Also known as aphthous ulcers, It is most likely by now that you know we are talking about Canker sores or oral ulcers. Our dentist in Burbank has the perfect solution for these uncomfortable sores!
Why do canker sores appear?
Even though the exact cause of canker sores is unknown, their appearances have been correlated with the excessive consumption of citric fruits (oranges and lemons), sudden weight loss, stress, physical trauma (tooth brush abrasion or accidental biting) and low levels of vitamin B12, folic acid and iron.
How long do they last?
If is it a minor oral ulcer, with a size of 3 mm to 10 mm, it will go away in about one week. A major canker sore, which is greater than 10 mm and is extremely painful, will last for about two weeks. However, the worst kind of canker sore, called herpetiform ulcerations, is characterized by multiple 1 to 3 mm lesions that form clumps and may take around a month to heal.
Does this mean you have to bear the pain for that long?
The answer is NO! At our dental office in Burbank, we attend all kinds of oral needs, including canker sores. We count on the newest technological devices, such as our Soft Tissue Laser, to make the canker sore healing process faster and less painful.
These are some of the benefits of using our NEW Soft Tissue Laser:
- Almost instant relief from pain and discomfort.
- Faster healing. The ulcer actually heals in 24 to 72 hours.
- Painless procedure that requires no anesthetic.
- Less bleeding.
- Less swelling.
- Reduction of recurrence of lesions.
- Substitutes for treatment.
- Eliminates the need for invasive procedures.
If you are suffering from oral ulcers, contact our dentists in Burbank for an appointment now, and get rid of the pain. Our Soft Tissue Laser not only cures canker sores, but it also helps treat periodontal (gum) diseases, sterilizes canals in endodontic procedures and aids in teeth whitening.
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