Short Communication - Journal of Clinical Dentistry and Oral Health (2021) Volume 5, Issue 4
Ulcers in the mouth and other factors of orofacial discomfort and irritation.
Mouth ulcers, also known as oral ulcers or mucosal ulcers, are ulcers that develop on the mucous membrane of the mouth. Ulcer is a breach in the epithelium's continuity caused by molecular necrosis. Ulcers in the oral cavity are the most frequent, and patients seek treatment from their doctor or dentist. Mouth ulcers are quite frequent, occurring in conjunction with a variety of illnesses and caused by a variety of factors. The most common symptoms are redness, a burning feeling, and/or discomfort. They can appear in any section of the oral cavity, but if they do so in the moveable area, they might be unpleasant.Author(s): Ines Lopes