Mouth Ulcers

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A mouth ulcer is a sore that appears anywhere inside your mouth.


Mouth ulcers are small sores that form on your gums, lips, tongue, inner cheeks or roof of your mouth. Lots of different things can cause them, including minor injuries, hormonal changes and emotional stress. Many mouth ulcers go away on their own. Others may require treatment.

These sores are usually red, yellow or white, and you might have one or several.These sores are often painful and can make eating, drinking and speaking uncomfortable.


While most mouth sores heal on their own, your provider may prescribe medications to help ease discomfort. Common mouth ulcer treatments include:

  • Antiseptic gels or mouth rinses like Orajel™ or Anbesol®.
  • Steroid ointments like triamcinolone.
  • Immunosuppressants (in severe cases).

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Mouth ulcers can be treated in several ways using ointments and medication.

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Frequently Ask Questions

The most common cause is injury (such as accidentally biting the inside of your cheek). Other causes include aphthous ulceration, certain medications, skin rashes in the mouth, viral, bacterial and fungal infections, chemicals and some medical conditions. An ulcer that won't heal may be a sign of mouth cancer.
Fruits that are acidic, or particularly citrusy, can cause your mouth to break out in ulcers. Pineapples, oranges, lemons, and limes are examples of high-acidity fruits. Strawberries, in particular, tend to cause mouth irritation. These fruits cause mouth tissue stress and can aggravate your gums.

Most peptic ulcers will heal within about 4 to 6 weeks after treatment begins. Do not stop taking the medicines you have been prescribed, even if symptoms go away quickly.

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