It is a common occurrence to bite on the lips or pockets while eating. In many cases, hot tea, coffee, or food can burn the palate, tongue, lips.
What to do when cut
Chewing food, biting during sleep, stress, cramps, or cutting the tongue, cheeks, or lips during sports. In addition, the inside of the mouth can be cut for various reasons. If the lip is cut or injured, it is necessary to notice if there is anything on the wound. If there is no such thing, rinse with lukewarm water. You can easily keep the wound clean with mild warm water and a clean cloth. Hold with a dry cloth or gauze to stop bleeding. If the bleeding does not stop, you must go to a nearby hospital. When the bleeding subsides, press down with an ice pack or ice pack. This will reduce the swelling. If the pain does not subside, you can take medicine on the advice of a doctor. Eat less salt and spicy foods until the wound is dry. If the size of the wound is large, stitching may be required. In case of excessive bleeding or bleeding for the first time, redness or swelling, severe pain, fever, red line, or pus, consult a dentist.
For those who are bitten in their sleep, use a dental device or mouthguard. Epilepsy patients may get bites on the tongue or cheeks during convulsions. At this time the relatives of the patient need to be careful. Older members of the family should also be taken care of at all times. Accidental lip, tongue, and cheek cuts can be prevented by athletes using mouth guards during sports. Meals should be eaten slowly over time. Refrain from eating extra hot food.
What to do if burned
Burns inside or above the mouth can be cured in a week if necessary measures are taken at home. Choose cold and soft foods until the wound is dry. Creamy foods such as yogurt, ice cream, cheese, pudding, sugar-free chewing gum help dry outburns. Avoid crispy or hard foods at this time. Hot and spicy foods should not be eaten. Avoid acidic foods and drinks like tomatoes, mint, oranges, and coffee. Quit tobacco and smoking. Mixing salt in lukewarm water and cooling it will reduce both pain and wounds. If there is severe pain, blisters or swelling, redness of the burn site, you must consult a dentist.