The main problems
The most common pathology of inflammation is cleft palate, which occurs as a result of malformations. Such violations are mostly characterized by lack of fusion between the natural muscular formation of the soft palate or between processes on the upper jaw. The treatment of this disease must take place exclusively by surgery.
It is worth noting that today is actively practiced method uranoplasty, which aims at closure of the lumen appeared crevices, using Muco-nadkostnitse shreds. In addition, you can apply a special prosthesis, if for some reason surgery is contraindicated.
The cause of the inflammation
Inflammation of the upper palate can be caused by mechanical damage such as scratches or cuts. People with similar traumas can obtain it by chewing the solid food. The result is mucosal damage may start the inflammatory process.
Pain in the upper palate may be caused by pulpitis-like symptom also appears when caries or osteomyelitis. In this case, the patient feels pain and discomfort when consuming hot and cold food during chewing.
Often the discomfort of this kind appear in the result of inflammatory processes in one of the nerves (the cranial, the sympathetic or the Trinity) or in the tonsils. Pain in the upper sky are also the result of disorders of the temporomandibular joint. They appear as a result of opening the gums, or after elimination of the nerves inside the tooth.
Inflammation of the upper palate may occur on the background of lesions of the mucosa of the mouth. Such unpleasant symptoms often causes stomatitis, which manifests itself with white sores.
Treatment of inflammation of the upper palate
To begin to eliminate the real cause that caused the inflammation. Specialists recommend rinsing different compositions, if there was mechanical damage. This will perfectly suit a decoction of chamomile or sage. You can also use the iodine-saline solution or tincture of propolis. In addition, allowed the use of drugs local action, for example, stomatofit or rotokan.
Caries and pulpitis should be treated exclusively by a qualified dentist. In this case, you should not postpone the visit to a specialist. Remember: prompt treatment will help cure the inflammation in the short term.