Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Treatment of Reccurent aphthous stomatitis.. Tetracycline suspension. Viscous zelocaine (lidocaine). Emulsifiers. Salicylic acid and lactic acid in loose coulodione

Public means:
- Treatment of predisposing factors.
General oral and dental care.
- Avoid strong oral disinfectants.
- Avoid mouthwashes containing sensitive substances such as fluorine.
Avoid contact with certain foods such as acids, spices and grated food.
Topical treatment:
- Different topically applied substances as they may lead to different results.
- Tetracycline suspension: especially if left in the mouth several minutes before swallowing, and may give good results in some cases.
- 2% viscous zelocaine (lidocaine): May be used especially in painful cases before breastfeeding for several minutes in infants and children.
Topical Steroids (Kenalog Orabase).
- Emulsion prednisone may benefit if it is not the cause of viral and bacterial infections.
- The inner side lesions of the lip can be gently touched by a swab moistened with 3% salicylic acid and 4% lactic acid in a soft coulodione.