How to cure stomatitis


Stomatitis – collective name for diseases of the oral mucosa, a variety of causes and clinical manifestations.

Stomatitis cure

The classification of stomatitis is based on various criteria:

1) the clinical course: acute and chronic stomatitis;

2) the nature of morphological changes – Primary (catarrhal, fibrinous, alterative and proliferative inflammation) and Secondary (erosion, aphthae, ulcers, spots, scars);

3) by reason of:

  • damages arising from mechanical, physical and chemical injury (abrasion, AFTA Bednar, radiation, chemical and thermal burns);
  • diseases are caused by viral infections (herpes, measles, vetryanochny canker), bacterial infections (streptococcal, scarlatinal, tubercular, gonorrheal sores), fungal infections (thrush, chronic oral candidiasis), spirochetes and fuzospirilleznoy Flora (syphilis, ulcer-necrotic Vincent’s stomatitis);
  • diseases caused by allergic reactions in the contact, microbial and drug allergy;
  • changes in the oral mucosa in some systemic diseases and illnesses exchange.

Consider the most famous among the public and common forms of stomatitis. Previously, stomatitis was considered purely child disease, and divided into fungal (or yeast), and aphthous (or herpes) stomatitis. At the present time, as seen from the above classification, the structure of diseases of the oral mucosa increased, but the proportion of infectious stomatitis is fairly high.

At the oral mucosa many infectious diseases are revealed. The main feature of most of them – the possibility of transmission from patient healthy organism under appropriate conditions. Infection occurs as a result of the interaction of three main factors: the microbe, microorganism and the environment. The main role may belong to one or another of these factors in different cases. The presence of the agent – compulsory, but not always a fundamental condition.

Mouth is normally abundantly populated by microorganisms, most of which are opportunistic. Under the influence of certain factors the virulence of certain species of flora increase, from opportunistic they become pathogenic. This contributes to reducing local and general immunity, the penetration of microbes into the tissues after trauma, disruption of their symbiotic equilibrium (with the use of certain drugs). Diseases caused by conditionally pathogenic flora, called endogenous, or self-infection. They include candidiasis, pustular infection and others.

Stomatitis treatment

    If you see the signs of stomatitis, try to avoid smoking cigarettes, salty and spicy food, coffee and chewing gums.
  • Rinse your mouth 3-4 times a day by warm water. You may add hydrogen peroxide to it – 1 tablespoon per glass. And, if water is mixed with carrot juice in equal proportions, it will be of more help.
  • garlic can also be very useful. Grind 2 teeth of garlic and mix with 2 teaspoons of yogurt. Warm the mix up a bit and spread over affected area. Repeat the procedure several times a day.
  • Besides, apply wet clean peeled potato to affected area.
  • Pay the most attention to medical remedies. After meal use disinfectant mouth washer from a store. Also use the drugs which are intended for oral cavity treatment. The most known and effective are
    Faringosept, Hexaspray and Hexoral.

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