Dallas Dentists Know When A Simple Problem Can Become Serious

Your Valley Ranch TX Dentist Knows When Problems Can Become Severe

Today in the Lewisville family dentist blog we are going to discuss those small irritations in the mouth that can have the potential of becoming big problems.

Injuries, sores, or inflammation in the mouth can be very uncomfortable. These non-specific irritations, called stomatitis, have many different causes. They may be caused by cold sores, gum disease, or biting the inside of your mouth. They may also be cause by the irritation that results from broken teeth or braces.

In fact, any inflammation of the membranes in the mouth can be classified as stomatitis. Stomatitis can affect a person’s ability to speak, eat, and even to fall asleep at night. These pests can really have an impact on the lives of Coppell, Valley Ranch, and Flower Mound residents!

The good news is that most of these irritations clear up on their own in less than two weeks. However, there is a possibility that a viral or bacterial infection can occur, so it’s important to let your Dallas dentist know about these sores. Even if there are no complications, your dentist can help you treat the symptoms of stomatitis with pain relievers and at-home remedies such as salt water rinses.

Hi, my name is Dr. Natalie Goodman. I take care of patients in the Dallas area at my comfortable and friendly Lewisville dental office. I want my patients to have the best oral health possible. I also want them to look their best, so if you have any questions about a smile makeover, give us a call at (214) 731-7925.

Common cosmetic dentistry procedures used in smile makeovers include teeth whitening, gum contouring, veneers, dental bonding, and dental implants.

We hope to see you in our Lewisville office soon!

Dr. Natalie Goodman
The Lewisville Dentist
297 W FM 3040, Ste 127
Lewisville, Texas
(214) 731-7925
http://www.thelewisvilledentist.com/meet-the-dentist.php

The following online article was used as source material for this blog:
“Stomatitis”, WebMD, http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/stomatitis-causes-treatment, accessed on September 11, 2013