What is stomatitis? How to treat treatment and prevention of stomatitis? Answers to the questions you will find in the article.
Ancient Indian wisdom says: «Try your words to taste before you decide to spit them». Indians are not fools, their position is justified for all one hundred. That's just to try the words to taste, you need to possess a healthy cavity of the mouth. Imagine only what words are evaporated from a sick cavity! Yes, and it is difficult to make an excellent impression by your mind and eloquence if the breath is not distinguished by freshness.
The types of stomatitis include Haleit (lip inflammation), gingivitis (gum inflammation), glossite (inflammation of the language) and others.
The causes of these inflammation can be both a local character (with the local impact of harmful factors on the mucous membrane) and the general nature (the development of the main pathological process outside the oral cavity). Stomatitis are different, divided according to two criteria - etiological (for the reasons) and clinical (according to characteristic manifestations).
Stomatitis happens: traumatic, infectious, specific and symptomatic.
Traumatic stomatitis is formed under the influence of physical (mechanical, radial) or chemical traumatic factors on the mucous membrane. Infectious stomatitis appears due to the effects of viral, bacterial or fungal infection on the mucous membrane.
Specific stomatitis develops with a specific infection (tuberculosis, syphilis). Symptomatic stomatitis arises due to diseases of the internal organs (gastrointestinal tract, nervous or endocrine system, blood diseases)
Catarial Stomatitis is the most common. This is the inflammation of the mucous membrane without the formation of deep defects in it (Yazvoke, AFT). Most often, demise is associated with poor oral hygiene and its consequences (dental stones, sharp edges of the affected teeth).
The external manifestation of Stomatitis will be a mistake of breathing, because of which we tend to complex, while you need to worry. Internal manifestation will be pain, swelling and redness of the mucous membrane.
Ulcerative stomatitis is most often developing against the background of catarrhal stomatitis, pursuing harder. It usually develops in people with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. The disease causes defects on the whole depth of the mucous membrane, is accompanied by an unpleasant smell of mouth.
Aphtose stomatitis is manifested in the form of small single or defects of the mucous membrane of an oval or round shape surrounded by thin bright red border and coated with yellow-gray fibrin. These are AFTS, which are usually formed not simultaneously, so you can observe different stages of their development. AFT healing begins after independent peeling of fibrin plaque and ends with a complete disappearance of the defect.
Treatment and prevention of stomatitis
Treatment of stomatitis in clinical conditions can be devoted to a separate article, but it is more important to not allow them to appear.
Prevention is often reduced to compliance with the rules of oral hygiene and the timely treatment of local or common diseases that can provoke stomatitis.
Foci of stomatitis may be in various places. Detect stomatitis independently not easy, so the necessary prophylactic method is to inspect the dentist.
Non-compliance with hygiene rules - a permanent chronic source of any oral infections. Cleaner on 100% toothbrush all the plaque and the stone is practically unreal. Therefore, it is better to consult a doctor, to inspect the oral cavity, clean.
Doctors need to visit at least once every six months. This will allow you to recognize problem areas in the early stages and eliminate the threat to your health.