Mouth Care

Varying ailments can affect the mouth from time to time including cold sores, ulcers, dry lips, and many more. Some may cause discomfort and pain or even trouble eating. Although some of these conditions may be less serious, you’ll be surprised to see how it greatly affects your daily activities. So, explore our range of authentic and effective products to treat your mouth-related concerns quickly and efficiently. We have both prescription and over-the-counter medications that will suit your condition.

Varying ailments can affect the mouth from time to time including cold sores, ulcers, dry lips, and many more. Some may cause discomfort and pain or even trouble eating. Although some of these conditions may be less serious, you’ll be surprised to see how it greatly affects your daily activities. So, explore our range of authentic and effective products to treat your mouth-related concerns quickly and efficiently. We have both prescription and over-the-counter medications that will suit your condition.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the functions of our mouth? 

Our mouth plays a crucial role in carrying out its functions in the body. It contains different parts that are responsible for different tasks. Our teeth are responsible for chewing food to help indigestion. The gums are there to protect the teeth and the salivary glands produce saliva to maintain moisture in our mouths as well as break down carbohydrates.

The tongue has a crucial role in the mouth because it contains all our taste buds. It aids in chewing and swallowing of food and makes speaking and creating sounds possible. Our lips also help with speech, you’ll observe that some sounds need lip movement such as the etter B.

What are the common mouth-related complaints? 

With varying components for contributing to the general health of the mouth, it doesn’t necessarily mean you are at risk for many illnesses. Proper dental care is essential in maintaining overall mouth health, that is why we are taught at an early age. If not being practised, serious problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, and tooth loss may happen.

When you feel that your body is a little weak, you may experience mouth ulcers on the side of your cheeks or cold sores, also known as oral herpes. When you are suffering from certain illnesses from bacteria or viruses, your body will be weakened making you susceptible to getting other infections or conditions.

You’ll observe that most of the time, mouth-related issues are associated with the weather. During the winter months, many people experience dry, sore and cracked lips as well as cold sores.

Due to the mouth’s role during digestion, which is the entrance of food, you may experience day-to-day problems like a scalded tongue from eating or drinking very hot food or drinks. The taste buds can also be inflamed showing small, painful bumps due to accidental biting or irritating foods.

Some serious mouth-related health issues are also experienced by some such as tonsillitis. This refers to the infection of the tonsils or the two small bumps hanging down at the back of your throat. Tonsils removal is an option for treatment because this illness is often experienced by children and using antibiotics frequently is not recommended. It may result in bacterial resistance.

How can I take good care of my mouth? 

Keeping good oral health is essential to only for prevention or health problems but also for maintaining its proper function. To maintain proper dental health, brushing of the teeth should be done twice a day using a fluoride-containing toothpaste. Gargling with mouthwash and flowing once a day is also recommended especially before going to bed. These extra steps will help get rid of food residues that may not be cleared by brushing alone and it keeps the gums healthy too. 

For lip care, apply a lip balm or petroleum jelly every night before bedtime to keep the lips hydrated and soft. If you are already suffering from dry lips, you may require a more intensive treatment that will relieve and repair the damage. If you are suffering from mouth sores or ulcers, you can fight them off using our wide range of medications.

Also, take caution when eating or drinking especially hot food and drinks. Know that coffee and red wine can cause staining of the teeth.