Drinking more fluids while avoiding carbonated beverages is one step a person with burning mouth disease can take at home to relieve symptoms, according to Mayo Clinic. Avoiding spicy foods and foods high in acid can also help control symptoms.
Other home remedies for the condition include taking steps to reduce a person's stress level, according to Mayo Clinic. Switching to a mild or flavorless toothpaste may also help control symptoms. A person with this condition could also try a toothpaste designed for people with sensitive teeth. However, treating the pain from this condition is a complex process, and what works for one person may not work for another, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.
Burning mouth disease is a condition characterized by periods of burning pain in the mouth that occur every day, often for weeks or months, according to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. The pain can range from a tingling sensation to a burning or scalding pain or even numbness. As of 2015, burning mouth disease is very difficult to diagnose. This is because most patients do not have an underlying cause for the pain. Typically people experiencing burning mouth syndrome have pain that is centered around the tongue, according to Mayo Clinic. However, the pain may radiate towards the gums, the roof of a person's mouth, the teeth or the inside of the cheeks.