Mouth ulcers, also known as canker sores are often small in size, and can cause discomfort. If you have mouth ulcers, visit your dental professional for recommendations on whether a mouthwash for ulcers may be helpful for you.
Mouth ulcers, or canker sores, are small lesions that can develop in your mouth, often on the gum line. These lesions can be uncomfortable and can even affect talking, eating, or drinking.
Though most mouth ulcers tend to go on their own with a couple weeks, if you experience a canker sore that simply won’t go away or becomes very painful, see your medical or dental professional right away for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Though not contagious, mouth ulcers can be triggered by several reasons, these include:
Some ulcers occur as a result of a serious underlying medical condition, see your medical professional right away for diagnosis and treatment.
Since mouth ulcers may cause some oral discomfort, it’s best to pay extra attention when taking care of your mouth:
Ask your dental professional about which mouthwash is best for you.
An alcohol-free mouthwash option may be best for ulcers to help avoid additional irritation. A fluoride mouthwash can help protect your mouth when paired with twice daily brushing. A
gum care mouthwash can help clean along the gum line to better ensure your mouth stays fresh.
SAVE UP TO $40 ON SUPERIOR ORAL HEALTH
Thanks for Subscribing! Thank you for joining our mailing list. We can't wait to share upcoming news and special offers for Oral-B.
Please enter a valid email address
Email Already Subscribed
By registering, I confirm I want to receive emails from Oral-B and Crest and other trusted P&G brands and programs. I also confirm that I am at least 18 years of age and that I have read and agree to the P&G Terms and Conditions