cold sores

Symptoms, Aches & Pains
February 23, 2017

Ouch! I have a sore in my mouth

Sores inside the mouth are common for many people. They can appear on the lips, cheeks, tongue, gums, and palate. Depending on their size, severity, and location; mouth sores can make it difficult to eat, drink, swallow, talk, and breathe. Causes Mouth sores may develop if you: Bite your tongue, cheek or lip. Burn your mouth from hot food or drinks. Brush your teeth too hard or use a toothbrush with hard bristles. Experience irritation from a sharp or broken tooth, braces, or poorly fitted dentures. Chew tobacco. Mouth sores can also develop as a reaction to a medicine. Medications…
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December 10, 2015

Treat cold sores in summer

Even though the seasons are changing, some viruses will continue to bug us. Cold sores, despite its name, can come out on hot and sunny days. But we won’t let it stain your summer. (more…)
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