Cheilitis of lips is a common phenomenon. However, most people suffering from this don’t even suspect that the damage to the mucous membrane and the skin of the lips is a severe pathology.
Angular cheilitis is a disease associated with an inflammatory process that affects the mucous membrane and the red border of the lips.
In addition to the dislocation on the upper and lower lip and the corners of the mouth (the so-called “angular cheilitis”), such inflammatory foci can appear in many body parts, especially mucous membranes.
They stay exposed to external negative impacts, resulting in overdrying, microcracks formation and infections.
The causes of painful lesions of the lips’ mucous membrane are the harmful impacts of the environment, sharp temperature changes in winter and summer, weathering, drying and cracking. Excessively spicy, hot, salty, and acidic foods can cause inflammation.
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Besides, the following reasons contribute to the development of cheilitis:
Angular cheilitis requires specific treatment, depending on the type and cause of its development. Ask which doctor treats angular cheilitis. Strangely enough, it would be best if you went to the dentist.
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