Don’t Let A Simple Problem Become Serious

Don’t Let A Simple Problem Become Serious

In this blog post from Harris Dental in Phoenix, we are going to discuss those small irritations in the mouth that have the potential to become big problems.

Injuries, sores, or inflammation in the mouth can be very uncomfortable. These non-specific irritations, called stomatitis, have many different causes.

They may be caused by cold sores, gum disease, teeth grinding, or biting the inside of your mouth. They may also be triggered by broken teeth or braces.

In fact, any inflammation of the membranes in the mouth can be classified as stomatitis. Stomatitis can impact a person’s ability to speak, eat, and even to fall asleep at night.

Fortunately, most of these irritations clear up on their own within a couple of weeks. However, there is a possibility that a viral or bacterial infection can occur. It’s important to let your dentist know about these sores if they don’t clear up after several weeks. Even if there are no complications, your dentist can help you treat the symptoms of stomatitis.

At Harris Dental in Phoenix, we want each of our patients to have the best possible dental health. To that end, we share information that empowers you, and it is our policy to never lecture you. Services include general dentistry. Schedule your next checkup today!

 

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