Treating lip fungi
How to treat mouth fungi in children

1 mouthwash
2 treatment of febrile mouth
3 types of mouthguard
4 causes of feverish mouth
5 video preventive treatment for mouth fever
6 References

Also called aphthous stomatitis, or aphthous ulcers, oral fever is one of the most common cases affecting the mouth and is observed by the dentist, and there is no known reason for the occurrence of mouth fever, which is a painful superficial ulceration of the oral mucosal tissues.

 Oral fever treatment

Oral fever treatment mainly depends on relieving pain resulting from fever and trying to accelerate the healing of ulcers as soon as possible, and it must be known that there is no treatment to prevent the recurrence of these ulcers again, and it may not need oral fever treatment in some cases where the pain is simple  Like cases of small aphthous ulcers, but there are some procedures and measures that can alleviate the suffering of the patient and accelerate the fever heal, and we mention the following:

Avoid spicy foods, acidic drinks or salty foods, because they exacerbate the patient’s pain.

Use straw in drinking to avoid contact with the liquid, while noting that hot drinks are not used in straw so that this does not result in burning throat tissue.
Use a soft toothbrush.
Using a saline solution as a mouth rinse, it can be prepared by dissolving half a teaspoon of salt in a cup of warm water, and rinsing the mouth with this solution gives some relief.
If the febrile is a type of medicine, the medicine should be replaced if possible.

There are some products that help relieve symptoms of mouthwash, and can be purchased at the pharmacy without a prescription, including the following:

Chlorhexidine mouthwash: This wash helps relieve pain, also helps to speed up ulcer healing, and prevents inflammation of the ulcer itself.  This wash is used twice a day with the need to pay attention to the possibility of staining the teeth brown in the event of periodic use, but this problem can be reduced by brushing the teeth before using it and avoiding drinks that contain tannins such as tea, coffee, alcohol, and it is worth noting  That this pigmentation is temporary.
Steroidd tablets: This pill is placed on the ulcers until it dissolves, helps to relieve pain and speed up healing as well, and is more effective when used at the beginning of the onset of fever, and is used at a rate of four times a day, where one tablet is used at a time  The one.
Protective and soothing pastes: These pastes temporarily cover the sore to protect it.
Pain relievers: They are in the form of an oral rinse, gel, or spray. These products help relieve pain, even though the duration of pain relief is rather short.  These medications contain the most important substances, benzydamine, in the form of a spray or oral rinse, and topical drugs such as Lidocaine and Choline salicylate in the form of a gel.
The doctor may suggest that the patient take some pain relieving tablets, steroid medications taken by inhalation, or steroid pills where they are dissolved in water and used as a rinse, and the doctor may resort to giving the patient an antibiotic or steroid pill, [2] and treatment may be removal  Surgically febrile removal, laser ablation, or cauterization of the sore.

 Types of febrile mouth

The clinical signs and symptoms of oral fever are defined depending on the number of times these ulcers return and their appearance in addition to their severity. They are classified according to the number of ulcers and their size into three main types as follows:

Small aphthous ulcers: Aphthous ulcer minor, and this type of ulcers is the most common among the three types, where 80% -85% of cases, and ulcers appear individually, painful and superficial, and have a diameter of less than 11 cm, and are cured within a period of time  It ranges from 7-14 days without leaving a scar after healing, and the return of this type of ulceration depends on the nature of the person, there are many people who spend a long period without experiencing the appearance of ulcers again, and there are others whose appearance does not stop from them.
Large aphthous ulcers: This type appears in the form of a circular or oval ulcer with a diameter of 2-3 cm, and this type constitutes 5-10% of cases, and usually appears as a single ulcer, but the appearance of ulcers  Multiple is a possibility, and these ulcers are deep and have irregular borders, and the recovery period may extend for a period of six weeks to several months, and after healing appear scarring and deformation in the mucous tissues lining the mouth, and this type of aphthous ulcers is most common in AIDS patients.
Herpesiform aphthous ulcer: This type is rare and forms less than 5% of cases, and the diameter of each one is 1-2 mm, and it appears as groups containing between 10-100 ulcers.  These groups appear small, grouped, or scattered and spread on the oral mucosal tissue, and it is necessary to differentiate between this type of mouth and mouth infections and herpes virus, which appears almost the same way.


 Causes of mouthwash

In fact, there is no known cause for the appearance of fever in the mouth. Mouth fever may appear without a reason in people with good health. However, there are some factors that relate to the appearance of mouth fever,
including the following:

Injuries: usually caused by inappropriate dentures, or from the use of a hard or rough toothbrush.
Level of hormones in the body changed: Some women experience oral fever before menstruation or during menopause.
Quit smoking: Some people experience oral ulcers after they quit smoking.
Iron deficiency and some types of vitamins: such as vitamin B12 and folic acid.
Allergy to some types of food: This is a rare cause.
Genetics: Some families experience oral fever as a result of genetic factors.
Stress and anxiety.
Some types of medication: Captoprill, and some types of analgesics, such as NSAIDS.
Celiac disease (kk), which is the body’s sensitivity to gluten.
Sodium lauryl sulfate toothpaste: It may not be from the true causes of oral fever because of its widespread use. (Sodium lauryl sulfate)