Lesions of the oral mucosa
The hidden causes of inflamed blisters, sore spots or slight swelling of the oral mucous membrane are frequently aphthae (small mouth ulcers) or a herpes infection. But things are not always so harmless. If when monitoring the oral mucous membrane we see anything that looks like a risk of malignant changes, we will remove the affected surface. For testing, we will send samples to the laboratory, in order to be absolutely certain that there are no cancer cells. Against this background, a regular check of your oral mucous membrane is vital for the health oral cavity.