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    Severe scald mouth burn from coffee roof of mouth white
    BethW69 posted:
    Hello, two days ago my daughter gulped scalding hot coffee through a straw and burned her mouth and throat. She was unable to get anything cold right afterwards to cool her mouth off. Last night she was still complaining of pain, and I looked, the skin on the roof of her mouth was whitish. I called the dentist today and he said there wasn't much else he'd do other than pain control and lots of fluids. Tonight she is still hurting when she eats. Anything else I can do to help her?
    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I'm so sorry to hear about your daughter. I hope that she is feeling much better by now! Take care of each other.
    Best Wishes! Amelia

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