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Tanya is a 10 year old female who presents to your office with a painful mouth sore that has been present for three days. The sore developed spontaneously and has not changed since its appearance. Six months ago, she noticed similar sores that resolved spontaneously after two weeks. She denies fever or systemic symptoms. Your oral exam reveals the following:
Joanna Douglass, BDS, DDS
What is the most likely cause of Tanya’s oral lesion?
Which of the following is true regarding Recurrent Aphthous Ulcers (RAU)?
Two months later Tanya returns with similar complaints. She has developed recurrent painful month sores that resemble her previous lesions. The lesions have been present for almost 2 weeks. In the past, her pain was minimal, but she now reports that it has become painful to eat, drink and speak. She has tried over the counter mouth rinses without much improvement.
Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management?