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Posted by: Dids | 2008/06/14

Painless mouth ulcer

I have a mouth ulcer on my gum that is painless, have started more than 2 months ago and is slowly getting bigger. (3mm) Should I have this looked at? Thank you.

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If you are a non-smoker, it is normal to experience these mouth ulcers. You can use Kenaloc and Orobase to apply on the ulcer. I do however, suggest that a dentist examine the ulcer, to determine if it is not caused by your teeth or nocternal biting of your gums.

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Dr Anrich Burger

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