A mouth ulcer is a superficial lesion in the oral mucous membrane. It manifests itself through a painful ulcer with clear edges and a white, sometimes yellow centre surrounded by vivid redness. Prof. URGO has a few pieces of advice and simple tips to help you avoid these painful mouth ulcers.
Caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1), labial herpes is more commonly known as a cold sore. Highly contagious, cold sores may manifest between 4 to 6 times per year. Here are a few simple tips to help you avoid passing them on to those around you.
From 3 months to 3 years old, every baby will experience teething troubles. Up to 20 primary teeth must come out of the baby’s gum and it is very painful for him or her. Grumpy mood, restless sleep (for both baby and parents), lack of appetite, red cheeks, abundant drooling, fever, swollen gums, here is a list of the main signs of teething. No panic! Here are some advices to help you find solutions to sooth your baby’s gums.