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The possible causes for burning mouth syndrome
includes local, systemic and psychological factors. Consult a oral physician and get it ruled out. In the primary burning mouth syndrome, The patient’s symptoms are managed appropriately with topical anesthetic
and analgesics like anabel gel, apply 3-4times daily before food.
Subjects with Secondary BMS should initially be treated for the precipitating factors of this disorder. Depending on the type of salivary dysfunction, xerostomia
is controlled with seven-day periods of saliva substitutes or saliva-stimulating agents. BMS patients with anxiety
are treated with mood-altering drugs in BMS include anti-depressants.
Patients who do not respond to any of the above treatments (resistant BMS) should undergo "cognitive" or "cognitive/behavior" therapies by qualified psychotherapists since the BMS has a psychological etiology.
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