First Aid Tips : How to Treat Mouth Burn
You know, through out the course of every day life, eventually all of us will experience a burn to the interior part of our mouths. Hi, I'm Captain Joe Bruni, and what I want to discuss is how to soothe the pain from a burn injury that occurs in the mouth. Burn injuries to the mouth are usually the result of eating some type of food that is too hot. They can be pretty painful. The mouth is a mucus membrane that is rapidly healed within a few days; however, when this type of burn injury occurs, it can be painful.
To soothe this type of pain, an ice cube placed in the mouth, some type of frozen dessert, like ice cream or sherbert sitting in the mouth for a while can cool the injury. Frozen vegetables taken from the freezer and placed in the mouth can help soothe the pain. And also and over the counter topical type of antiseptic solution made with benzacane or other types of analgesics can be purchased at your local pharmacy or drug store. Pains to, pain to the mouth resulting from a burn injury are never any fun. I'm Captain Joe Bruni, stay safe and we'll see you next time.
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