Practicing Good Oral Hygiene with Behcet's Disease
If you have sores in your mouth, continue practicing good oral hygiene as you normally would, but avoid the sores. Brush at least twice a day, and don't forget to brush your tongue. Consider using other helpful products like tongue scrapers and an antimicrobial mouthrinse (gentle options are available if they cause pain).
Despite the discomfort that comes with Behcet's disease symptoms, you can continue to live a happy, healthy, fulfilling life if you manage them well. Take good care of yourself, eat a well-balanced diet, and practice good oral hygiene. Make regular visits to your health and dental professionals as they are best positioned to make good recommendations tailored to your specific needs. And try to keep a positive outlook because it can have real effects on your overall health and ability to recover. We wish you the very best. You can do this!