Mouth Wounds Topic Guide

Mouth Wounds Mouth Wounds: Mouth wounds are common in adults and children. Common causes include trauma by a sharp object or the person's own teeth. Symptoms and signs of a mouth wound include cuts, lacerations, puncture wounds, and cuts across the lips vermilion border. Treatments include home care, antibiotics, and stitches.

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Mouth Wounds Topic Guide - Medications and Vitamins

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