Acute herpetic stomatitis

The herpes virus is transmitted by contact and airborne droplets, so most often herpetic stomatitis sick children, who tend to share with each other Goodies, to play with common toys.

The disease is characterized by fever, vomiting, nausea and diarrhea. Mouth bubbles appear, later turning into small sores. Usually sores heal and disappear after 3-4 days, and the disease generally lasts 1-2 weeks.

Aphthous stomatitis

This kind of stomatitis is characteristic of the adults, dangerous recurrences, prolonged course and relapses. Aphthous stomatitis most often occurs on the background of low immunity. As a result, aphthae – small formations are round or oval. They can be single and multiple, education, usually surrounded by a bright red border, there is a yellow-gray patina.

Allergic stomatitis

One of the most severe varieties of the disease, which provokes allergic to medicines, certain foods, and the materials from which dentures are made. Symptoms of allergic stomatitis is an itching, burning and discomfort in the mouth. Often the patient only can not chew without pain, but to swallow air.

Catarrhal stomatitis

This form of stomatitis is the easiest, it is the failure to observe the hygiene of the oral cavity, dental plaque and dental disease. The main symptom is painful and dry oral mucosa.

Fungal stomatitis

This type of stomatitis are common in children but occurs in adults with weakened immune systems. The second name of the disease – candidiasis. Infection occurs through household items or through direct contact with a sick person. To know the disease can be "cheesy" coating of white color on the inner surface of the cheeks, palate or tongue.

Nicotinic stomatitis

Years of Smoking triggers chronic irritation of the palate (soft and hard), leads to the formation of multiple ulcers. Nicotinic stomatitis may develop into cancer of the oral cavity.

How to treat stomatitis

Any sores requires a medical examination. Depending on the kind of disease's treatment will be:

- bacterial – treated with antibiotics;

- viral and anti-viral drugs;

- stomatitis caused by decreased immunity – vitamins, change of diet and way of life in General.

In addition, the doctor will show you how to treat aphthous elements and the mucosa of painkillers and antiseptics.

For the prevention of stomatitis, you can treat the mucous membrane with the ointment based on propolis, rosehip oil or sea buckthorn. These tools accelerate the recovery of the damaged mucosa.