Cold sores are manifest itself in 2 ways:
Primary Herpetic Gingivostomatitis
- Primary Herpetic Gingivostomatitis -
Reactivation of Cold Sores - Youngsters and
Reactivation of Cold Sores
- From 6 months to 5 years of age
Small 2 mm oral blisters/vesicles that turn
Nausea and Vomiting
Oral lesions last up to 10 days
The other symptoms last up to 4 days
Frequently Asked Questions about Cold
- Youngsters and Adults
Burning and itchy lip and perioral vesicles
It can be a manifestation of low immunity
- Is it very contagious?
When is it contagious?
I am pregnant: can the virus be transmitted
to the baby?
Can I share glasses/cutlery/other with my
Can it spread from the mouth to the genital
What care should I take?
Is there a cure?
Are there ways to reduce pain, contagion
At Instituto Português da Face, our Oral
Medicine team will be able to answer all these questions and others that may
arise. At the forefront of Medicine: We have an innovative non-invasive
treatment that reduces pain, itching, contagion and blisters.
If you often suffer from cold sores, come
to us as soon as you feel the initial symptoms. We will be able to make a
difference and reduce the evolution of the disease.