Irritations of the oral cavity is a phenomenon which occupies a large part of the population. They appear in the form of swelling, rashes and even healing mucosa, lips and tongue.
The most common is fungal irritations and ulcerative stomatitis or aphthous stomatitis.
Fungal stomatitis manifested as white spots or white coating on the tongue, inside the cheek, palate, and generally throughout the oral cavity. The mucosa shows intense color too and there is a burning sensation without pain. It can create trouble when eating.
The aphthous stomatitis accompanied by severe pain, especially in the early days. Presented with ulcers and mouth sores.
The main pathogen that has been blamed for creating stomatitis is the fungus Candida Albicans, which occurs naturally in humans. This fungus under certain conditions can develop creating audible mouth ulcers.
Stomatitis is common in people who have dentures, babies breastfed by bottle when it is not adequately sterilized after antibiotic treatments. Moreover, the intense stress, smoking heredity factors are incurred.
Today there are many products either in solution or in ointment form combining anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial activity. Moreover ointments create a film ulcers and helps faster tissue repair. During the treatment should not eat foods that may irritate the sores as spicy, acidic and salty.