Mouth soreness, also referred to as mouth burning syndrome (MBS), is characterized by chronic burning pain of the tongue, lips, palate, or the entire mouth. The exact cause of this condition is not known.
MBS alone is not a disease but a symptom of an underlying condition.
Some of the possible underlying conditions that can cause mouth pain are:
Mouth Burning Syndrome
In addition to pain, other known symptoms of MBS include tingling or numbness, metallic taste, changes in taste, and dry mouth. This condition can also cause other complications, such as emotional stress, difficulty sleeping, difficulty eating and chewing, and reduced quality of life.
To relieve the burning sensation sucking small pieces of ice may help.
Cold drinks throughout the day for pain relief.
Avoid foods that contain high acidic levels.
Avoid foods and drinks that aggravate or cause a burning sensation, such as hot drinks, spicy foods, and alcohol.
If the burning sensation worsens after brushing your teeth, change your toothpaste or use baking soda as a toothpaste or mouthwash.
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