Canker / Cold Sore Relief.
Canker sores are shallow, painful sores in your mouth. Fever blisters, also
called cold sores, usually occur outside the mouth.
Canker sores are usually red but sometimes they have a white coating over them. You
might get them on the inside of your lips, the inside of your cheeks or under your
tongue. Typical fever blisters or cold sores appear as a crop of blisters grouped in
an area about the size of a five cent coin. Their appearance may be preceded a few
hours by a tingling, burning or itching sensation but not everyone experiences this
so called prodrome. Cold sores usually occur outside the mouth--on the lips, chin,
cheeks or in the nostrils. When fever blisters do occur inside the mouth, it is
usually on the gums or the roof of the mouth. Inside the mouth, fever blisters are
smaller than canker sores, heal more quickly, and often begin as a blister.
The blisters quickly dry to form an unsightly scab, which then heals in about five
days. Generally there is no permanent scar or loss of sensation.
Fever blisters and canker sores are two of the most common disorders of the mouth,
causing discomfort and annoyance to millions of Americans. Both cause small sores to
develop in or around the mouth, and often are confused with each other. Canker sores,
however, occur only inside the mouth--on the tongue and the inside linings of the cheeks,
lips and throat.
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How do Canker Sores form?
The precise mechanism by which canker sores form has not been definitively determined
but it is quite likely that their development is related to a reaction of an individual's
own immune system. Canker sores are thought to form when, for unexplained reasons,
a person's immune system identifies the presence of chemical molecules that it does
not recognize. The presence of these molecules activates an attack by the immune system's
lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell), somewhat like when a person's immune system
attacks a transplanted organ. The carnage of the lymphocytes' attack on these
unrecognized molecules results in the type of mouth ulcers which we term canker sores.
Who Gets Canker Sores?
Anyone can get canker sores, but people in their teens and 20s get them more often.
Canker sores may run in the family, but they aren't contagious. Stress may also be
a cause of canker sores.
Why do Canker Sores hurt so much?
Think of a canker sore (mouth ulcer) as an open wound, the same as you might get if you
cut yourself. When this happens tender nerve endings are exposed. When we injure
ourselves on the arm or leg, a band aid usually helps to cover and protect these nerve
endings, while also preventing the injury from getting infected.
Inside our mouths, we can not apply band aids so the exposed nerve endings of canker
sores are irritated, causing extreme pain. This also leaves the canker sore vulnerable
to infection by bacteria in our mouths, creating even more pain!
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