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Angular Cheilitis: Do Not Be Underestimated, Here Are Tips To Overcome it And treatments

Angular cheilitis usually goes away with special skin ointments, medications or dietary changes, here's our explanation

October 14, 2022 | Minor Disease

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Angular Cheilitis is a mild symptom or disease, but although it is not a serious disease, Angular Cheilitis is still annoying, Angular Cheilitis treatment does not need to cost a lot, in this article we will discuss in full about Angular Cheilitis.

A little data about Angular Cheilitis

Common Name Angular Cheilitis
Symptoms Redness, skin breakdown and crusting at the corners of the mouth 
usually happens 0.7% of the population
Recovery between 3 days to 1 week

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What is Angular Cheilitis

Angular Cheilitis is a mild disease that attacks the skin around the lips

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Angular Cheilitis: is a non-communicable disease

How to treat angular cheilitis

Angular Cheilitis is a skin disease located near the lips, here's how to treat it

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Review From Clevelandclinic

Angular Cheilitis: Symptoms, Treatment, Cracked Corner of Mouth

Angular cheilitis is a common skin condition affecting the corners of your mouth. It leads to painful, cracked sores. People often confuse angular cheilitis with cold sores. Unlike cold sores, angular cheilitis isn’t contagious. This condition usually goes away with special skin ointments, medication or diet changes.

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Review From Dermnetnz

Angular Cheilitis: Symptoms, Causes, and Management with Images — DermNet

Angular cheilitis is a common, non-contagious, inflammatory condition affecting the corners of the mouth or oral commissures.

Depending on the underlying cause, it may last a few days or persist indefinitely. It is also called angular stomatitis, cheilosis, rhagades, or perleche (perlèche).

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  2. Weaver C. M.,Potassium and health,Oxford Academic Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 4(3), 368S–77S

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