Two common reasons for a swollen roof of the mouth include canker sores and burnt tissue along the roof of the mouth, according to MedlinePlus. The remedies for canker sores and burnt tissue include treating the affected... More »

Pain on the roof of the mouth may be referred to as palate pain and may occur due to mouth cancer, infections, canker sore, dental issues, hot drinks or food, irritating substances and burning mouth syndrome. This condit... More »

A sore tongue can be caused by dehydration, fever and dry mouth, while a sore mouth can be the result of burning mouth syndrome, explains MedicineNet. Sometimes referred pain causes a sore mouth. When this occurs, a prob... More »

Sores inside the mouth, specifically canker sores, can be caused by injury or stress, according to WebMD. Some people are susceptible to sores from eating foods that irritate the tissue of the mouth. These foods can be h... More »

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Red spots in the mouth can be caused by canker sores, allergic reactions, vitamin deficiencies, oral trauma, stress or a systemic disease, according to MedicineNet.com. Patients who observe red spots or sores in their mo... More »

A clear bubble on the inside of the mouth is a common symptom of a mucous cyst, according to MedlinePlus. Mucous cysts can occur on the inside of the lips, the floor of the mouth and the gums. The cysts contain clear flu... More »

In some users, toothpaste may cause canker sores if it contains the ingredient called sodium lauryl sulfate or SLS, states the Massachusetts Dental Society. Sodium lauryl sulfate is an emulsifier and a cleansing agent us... More »

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