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Cause and cure for palate ulcers

I seem to have palate ulcers (at least that's what i think they are) very sore to eat and swallow this is day 3 now.When i touch them with my tongue they feel like deep holes i am wondering if i need to seek med advice either Doc or dentist?? I don't smoke nor drink i am 43yrs old and slightly over weight(about 1-2 stones)
Wed, 16 Jul 2014
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Dentist 's  Response
Hello,

Thanks for consulting HCM,

Read your query, as you have ulcer on palate this can be due to stress related , Nutritional deficiency, Herpes viral infection , or due to thermal burn also ,
For this I will suggest you to consult dentist and go for examination of Ulcer , if needed go for Cytology of ulcer , in meantime you can apply ointment triamicinolone acetonide paste on ulcer , you can take vitamin B supplement by consulting with your doctor .

Hope it will help you.
Wishing you godd health.

Regards,
Dr. Priyanka tiwari
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Dr. Mahesh Kumar T S's  Response
Thanks for your query, I have gone through your query.
The ulcers on the palate could be because of aphthous stomatitis that occurs most often secondary to stress.
The other possible cause could be secondary to trauma like tooth brush injury or from food particles. It can also be from the herpes virus infection.
If it is traumatic ulcer or herpetic ulcer, you can take topical anesthetic and analgesics like anabel gel. apply 3-4 times daily before food.
If it is aphthous ulcer you can take topical anesthetic and analgesics like anabel gel. apply 3-4 times daily before food and topical steroid like triamcinolone acetonide 0.1% 4-5times daily after food.
Do saline gargling. If the lesion does not heal in 5-7 days then consult a oral physician and get it examined.
I hope my answer will help you, take care.
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