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#1 16-04-2014 04:35:20

siruiyingwu
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Skin Sensitivity and Peeling Inside the Mouth

Why does the skin in my mouth peel after I brush my teeth? Is there a toothpaste I can use that will prevent this from happening?

It's not normal for the skin in your mouth to peel after brushing.  marathon micro motor Possible causes of skin peeling in the mouth include:

Some type of oral skin reaction to medications you are taking
Some type of autoimmune disease showing oral signs
Eating or ingesting something caustic that would burn the tissue
A reaction to radiation therapy http://www.medorder.eu/category-1888-b0 … lizer.html
An oral condition, which can occur at different periods in your life, that causes innocuous shedding of the outer skin in your mouth, or a loss of tissue
The best thing you can do is to see a knowledgeable oral pathologist or oral surgeon. Skin peeling does not occur without a cause, although this does not mean it is something serious. Someone must evaluate your mouth for different kinds of systemic lesions to determine the culprit.

If your mouth is sensitive and irritated, it's a good idea to use the softest toothbrush available and a very gentle toothpaste, such as Tom's of Maine, which can be found in most stores. I also suggest that you rinse your mouth with warm salt water three or four times a day, just to bathe the tissues and make them feel better. However, you must see a professional to determine the cause of the problem so it can be properly treated. Treating the symptoms might make you feel better in the short term, but finding their cause is most important.

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