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AUTHORS: Ana Maria Trindade Gregio
PAGES: 103
YEAR: 2016
PUBLICATION: Nova Science Pub
ISBN: 978-1634846721


Phytotherapy Approaches for Treatment of Mouth Ulcers is a book with updated and illustrated text with pictures and graphs that help to define, characterise and classify mouth ulcers. The most frequent oral mucosa lesions are the aphthous ulcerations with a prevalence of 4.6 to 30.6%. These can be defined as a fundamental lesion characterised by the absence of the epithelial tissue layer, which makes the subjacent conjunctive tissue unprotected and vulnerable to external aggressions. There are three main forms, the most common being the aphthous; these are small, rounded, defined ulcerations that are painful and heal in 10 to 14 days. The other form of recurrent aphthous ulceration is the type of deep, long aphthous that present a grayish yellow aspect, with the same period of duration and the patient frequently presents monthly lesions. They are also called herpetiform aphthous. A third form of recurrent aphthous ulceration are those distributed on the tongue dorsum; these are oral mucosa, but they are not located in the keratinised region. The mouth ulcer healing process is very complex, being characterised by taking out the conned tissue, and replaced by a conjunctive tissue. The standard healing process can be divided into three stages: (1) inflamed stage; (2) proliferative stage of fibroblasts and blood vase; and (3) maturing stage and collagen remodeling. All of these forms cause pain, discomfort and debilitate the patient, because it makes eating difficult and aggravates the clinical condition of inflammation. The exact reason for the appearance of these lesions remains obscure, but it may be affirmed that the contact of the oral mucosa tissues with physical agents capable of inducing trauma such as the edges of teeth, fractured crowns or defected restorations and maladapted orthodontic and prosthetic appliances or even the ingestion of acidic foods represent the main causes
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