Canker Sore

How do Canker Sores Form?

A canker sore is also identified as a mouth ulcer. These conditions originate in your mouth or cheeks. Their exact cause is not fully known, and cases can vary by each individual patient. Known conditions that can aggravate canker sores are:

  • Specific types of medicine
  • Stopping smoking activity
  • Increased anxiety of stress
  • Consuming highly acidic or spicy foods
  • Irritation from braces
  • Hormonal variations from pregnancy or menopause

Canker sores, or aphthous ulcers, are recurring conditions, and in the absence of the necessary professional treatment, they can last for at least two weeks. Most cases can be treated with the application of a soft tissue laser.

What is a Good Solution for Treating Canker Sores?

Pacific Dental Care in Glendale specializes in a new soft tissue laser that provides immediate relief from the discomfort created by canker sores. With this technology, patients experience faster healing, reduced bleeding, reduced swelling, management of lesions, and no anesthetics or invasive procedures necessary.
The laser process will also target and eliminate the virus that caused the sore. With a successful application, patients have a smaller chance of experiencing future outbreaks.

The team at Pacific Dental Care looks forward to helping patients treat and manage these conditions. Call our office today to schedule a consultation.