traumatic ulcer


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traumatic ulcer

An ulcer due to injury of the oral mucosa. Its causes include biting, denture irritation, toothbrush injury, and sharp edges of teeth or restorations.
See also: ulcer
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The shape of traumatic ulcers often gives a clue as to the cause.
Garcia-pola reported that traumatic ulcers were the second most commonly diagnosed lesions with a prevalence of 12.
9%) leukoplakia and traumatic ulcers respectively, 1 was (1.
On the other hand, the high prevalence of coated tongue may be related to the socioeconomic deprivation in the region and traumatic ulcers may be associated with the traumatic agents that caused patients to seek dental care.
Traumatic ulcers and pain in adults during orthodontic treatment.
Patients with ulcers secondary to a systemic disease were also less likely to heal than patients who had venous, mixed venous and ischemic, or traumatic ulcers (P = .
These indications include oral mucositis/stomatitis (which may be caused by chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy), irritation due to oral surgery and traumatic ulcers caused by braces, ill-fitting dentures or disease.
According to the company, MuGard Mucoadhesive Oral Wound Rinse is indicated for the management of oral mucositis/stomatitis (that may be caused by radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy) and all types of oral wounds (mouth sores and injuries), including aphthous ulcers/canker sores and traumatic ulcers, such as those caused by oral surgery or ill-fitting dentures or braces.
The patients who had flabby ridge, fibrous inflammatory hyperplasia, traumatic ulcers and denture stomatitis persisted statistically significant longer than the patients who had healthy tissues.
Traumatic ulcers occur on areas of bony prominences, painful ulcers and heal with dressing, antibiotics.
The direct sequelae are residual ridge resorption and mucosal reactions, such as denture stomatitis, denture irritation hyperplasia, traumatic ulcers, and "flabby ridges.