What Happens When Exposed to HSV-1? Most people get HSV-1 infections during infancy or childhood and usually catch the virus from an infected family member or friend. Only an estimated 30 percent of those infected actually develop the characteristic blisters. If sores do develop, they can appear anywhere from two to 12 days after exposure … Continue reading Cold Sore Vs. Canker Sore
In or out? That's the first question to ask when you're trying to figure out whether you have a canker sore or a cold sore. If it's inside your mouth, it's most likely a canker sore; outside, probably a cold sore. The two may seem similar, but the similarity ends with the fact that both … Continue reading Canker or Cold Sores? What Are Cold Sores? How to relieve it?
Oral diseases can interfere with everyday functions and overall health. These daily functions include activities such as breathing, eating, swallowing, speaking, and can possibly effect daily mood. Examples of alterations of moods include: being happy, looking sad, being uncomfortable smiling in public. Early prevention is key for the improvement of oral health and prevention of … Continue reading WHY MY ORAL HEALTH IS IMPORTANT?
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