If you have palate pain while eating, you may have palate sores. Possible causes of palate ulcer include fever, stomach pains or mouth infections, and mouth ulcers. Apart from these, very hot foods and drinks, gum infections, inflammation of the mouth and excessive stress also cause palate sores, which causes palate pain while eating.
As you can see there is no cure for palate ulcer, even when there is a cure for mouth ulcer. However, it can be removed with the help of antibiotics which will help in curing the pain associated with it.
This article may help you to know about different treatments of palate ulcer which will help you in getting rid of this horrible ailment. Click here to read more on this topic.
What Causes The Common Condition?
The common condition for which we refer to as palate ulcer is called lipophthalmos (pronounced as LIP-PHL’-mosis). This condition may lead to discoloration of the lips, which leads to discoloration of the teeth as well.
The primary causes of this condition are obesity and diabetes mellitus. Obesity is a cause due to not having enough energy and the excessive stress caused by high calorie intake. In diabetes mellitus a person’s body needs more sugar to digest and digest them food properly. This condition has also been called hyperlipidemia.
Diabetes mellitus also causes an increase in white blood cells which help to treat the inflammation and bacteria. It has also been termed as thrombophlebitis and it results in a small blood clot which is then blocked and blocked off in the brain of the patient. This clot will cause inflammation which leads to ulcer. This will result in ulcer in the upper or lower part of the mouth.
What Treatment For The Condition?
To cure the condition your doctor will need to give you medication which can help to eliminate the inflammation and plaque. Usually, the treatment would involve two different drugs, acetaminophen and paracetamol. Both of the drugs can help in treating the inflammation and bacteria in the mouth.
If you need any further treatment you should seek medical advice immediately. However, there are some doctors who may do some oral or dental surgeries for these problems.
What are the Symptoms?
Possible symptoms include:
- Mouth ulcer
- Hair loss from the upper lip
- Loss of teeth
- Tongue, lips, tongue and teeth are inflamed.