Stomatitis is an inflammatory disease of the mucous membrane of any of the oral cavity structures, including the cheeks, gums, tongue, and palate. In the broadest sense, the disease may have many different causes and symptoms. Many pathological factors lead to the development of stomatitis
Aphthous stomatitis is an inflammation of the oral mucosa, characterized by the appearance of painful ulcers (aphtes). The illness is not a danger to others, but according to statistics, every fifth man faces this disease.
The inflammatory process that occurs in the oral mucosa, which is manifested in the formation of ulcers, vesicles or even whitish plaque, most of all is diagnosed as stomatitis. Until recently, the disease predominantly has affected children’s organisms, but declination of population’s immunity, environmental degradation, and many other related factors have influenced to the wide […]