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Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers — also known as canker sores — are normally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums. They can make eating, drinking, and talking uncomfortable.

Until the ulcer heals, symptoms can be treated using:

  • warm salt water mouth washes
  • antimicrobial mouthwashes (these fight the bacteria, viruses and fungi that can cause infection if you are not able to brush your teeth properly)
  • local anaesthetic treatments in the form of a mouthwash, spray, gel or ointment
  • acyclovir, if the ulcer is caused by a herpes virus (cold sore, chicken pox or shingles)
  • corticosteroids (pharmacist only).

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