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    kaylamoe posted:
    I have canker sores all in my mouth ive tried numbing it with orajel and othe things ive used saly water, orajel mouth wash and perxoyl and even applied salt directly to the sore. nothing is working and i cant eat or barely talk.. please help
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    plazadental responded:
    Usually there is no proper treatment for canker sores as it heal without treatment in about a week or two. However if the the sore is large, painful, or persistent, your dentist may prescribe an antimicrobial mouth rinse, a corticosteroid ointment. You can reduce their soreness by using soft bristle brushes for brushing teeth and flossing daily.


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