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  1. photo Canker Sores – A Natural ApproachCanker Sores – A Natural ApproachTreatment
    is heightened by the fact that we use our mouths all day long. Fortunately, new research out of Israel may help provide relief to those who suffer from Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS), whichRead more
  2. photo Natural Home Remedies for Mouth UlcersNatural Home Remedies for Mouth UlcersTreatment
    stomatitis) and occur in 80% of the cases. Their healing usually needs 7 – 10 days. Major ulcers: Major or large ulcers occur in 10% of the cases of aphthous stomatitis. These are known as major aphthousRead more
  3. photo How to Prevent and Naturally Heal a Canker SoreHow to Prevent and Naturally Heal a Canker SoreTreatment
    What is a Canker Sore? A  Canker sore (aphthous stomatitis) is a tiny lesion that appear in the mouth. They can be identified by their color which is usually gray, yellowish or whiteRead more
  4. photo Your tongue's appearance can reveal disease and nutrient deficienciesYour tongue's appearance can reveal disease and nutrient deficienciesNews
    : Traumatic ulceration of the lingual fraenumVaricella (chickenpox): Macular rash with central vesicles; round erosionsInfectious mononucleosis: Aphthous stomatitis, hemorrhage, ulcerative tonsillitisDiphtheriaRead more
  5. photo 8 Signs You Have A Gluten Intolerance8 Signs You Have A Gluten IntoleranceTreatment
    intolerance and a condition called “aphthous stomatitis”, which leads to mouth ulcers and canker sores. Malabsorption in gluten- intolerant people reduces their calcium levels, and this mineral is essentialRead more

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Aphthous stomatitis

Disease

Aphthous stomatitis (also termed recurrent aphthous stomatitis, recurring oral aphthae or recurrent aphthous ulceration; from Greek: ἄφθα aphtha, "mouth ulcer") is a common condition characterized by the repeated formation of benign and non-contagious mouth ulcers (aphthae) in otherwise healthy individuals. The informal term canker sores is also used, mainly in North America.The cause is not...More