People have white patches on their mouths for different reasons. If you have white patches, visit the dentist for a blood test, biopsy and other forms of diagnosis. Here’s more about oral white patches.
– White patches can be a sign of canker sores, overgrown candida, oral cancer, leukoplakia and oral lichen planus.
– Symptoms are bleeding, have trouble swallowing, sensitivity, redness, metallic taste, cracking and cotton-like sensation.
– Treatment includes using antibacterial and antifungal rinses and corticosteroids for inflammation.
Keep your teeth clean, avoid tobacco and maintain a balanced diet.
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