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Báez MCL, Frias BM, Ayala BSC
Ozone therapy in a patient carrying oral aphthas. A propos of a case
Mul Med 2015; 19 (3)

Language: Español
References: 13
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Introduction: aphthous stomatitis is a lesion characterized by the presence of spherical vesicles broken after a day or two and bringing about spherical painful ulcers. It is considered a frequent emergency in Periodontology.
Objective: to evaluate the effectiveness of OLEOZON® in the treatment of recurrent aphthous stomatitis.
Case presentation: a 53-year-old patient who was diagnosed with ulcerative gastritis and hypertension as a previous condition. After the oral examination it was found a partial tooth loss, presence of isolated oral aphthas and also in groups where most of them reached a dimension about 1cm, located on the buccal mucosa in both cheeks and the border of the tongue, for that reason he required Stomatology care service for his evaluation.
Discussion: it was started with the topical application of OLEOZON® with sterile cotton every 24 hours, as well as the hygienization of the oral cavity as far as possible. The evaluation criteria were the presence or absence of pain and cicatrization of the aphthous lesion. The treatment follow-up was performed by the research group. The ulcers healed which affected the general condition of the patient.
Conclusions: the topical application of OLEOZON® reached the total healing of oral aphthas without trace in a period of 48 to 96 hours, improving the conditions of the oral cavity and facilitating his feeding.

Key words: aphthous stomatitis/therapy, complementary therapies.


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