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Cloud1 has written 1 Mouth & Cold Sores articles, has received +5 recommendations and is currently the #5 ranked expert in this subject.
Here are Cloud1's articles in Mouth & Cold Sores:
Do you know that your lip can indicate your health condition? Whether it is dry, chapped, swollen, burning or pale - all these tell something about what's happening inside your body. Of course nothing is more certain if we see our doctor to confirm what our health conditions are. At least through checking the appearance of our lips, we can get symptoms to possible sickness. We should be aware of these symptoms since there is no better cure than prevention. It's an old saying but it's always prov...
Published by Cloud1 69 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +5 votes | 1 comments
This article is designed to be a brief introduction to the condition Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate, and this article distinguishes between them. The medical infomation is of medical school standard, and this article is an excellent revision bite for all medical and surgical students, however can still be understood by anybody of any scientific background.
Published by Anastasia Meredith Oh 71 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +1 votes | 0 comments
Learn the 4 Easy and Best Solutions for Bad Breath. This article provides the information about the proper maintenance of the mouth by performing proper oral hygiene.
Published by Mark Cruz 76 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cold sores can be a great nuisance but here are some way to prevent and treat them.
Published by Mark Feldt 76 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +8 votes | 6 comments
Canker sores are aphthous ulcers that form inside the lips and cheeks, at the gums base and under the tongue.
Published by Darla Smith 84 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +7 votes | 8 comments
The medical term for a dry mouth is called xerstomia. Xerstomia is most common in people who are on anxiety medications and the elderly. If you have ever suffered with chronic dry mouth, it is very uncomfortable.
Published by Charlene Collins 87 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +4 votes | 0 comments
Basic oral hygiene is an important component of care for any patient with cancer. The purpose is to decrease the complications associated with pain, oral microorganisms, and bleeding.
Published by Hanzel Ageas 87 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +0 votes | 0 comments
The goals of treatment are to control discomfort, allow healing, prevent spread to others, and prevent complications.
Published by Hanzel Ageas 87 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +0 votes | 0 comments
Common mouth ulcers are small, grey sores with an inflamed mucus membrane. They vary from match-head-size to 1/5 in (0.5 cm) across and are found on the gums, roof of the mouth, under the tongue and inside the lips and cheeks. They are triggered by infections, poor immunity, stress, accidental damage from broken teeth and scalding foods.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 88 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +5 votes | 1 comments
Our tongue is a tender and itÂ’s a very sensitive part of our senses and body organ as a whole. Superstitious belief says that whenever you accidentally bite your tongue someone dearest remembers you. Accidentally biting your tongue really hurts and it may endure wound that will affect your eating habits.
Published by Rosita Barbo 90 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +9 votes | 1 comments
If you have a cold sore, you clearly know how painful it can be! Today i would like to share with you some simple ways you can improve your colds sores quickly, and keep pestering them to you again in the future.
Published by Bristow 101 months ago in Mouth & Cold Sores | +3 votes | 6 comments
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