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Angular Cheilitis Treatment Online



Are you tired of dealing with the pain and discomfort of Angular Cheilitis? This common skin condition affects the corners of the mouth, causing cracking, redness, and irritation. Our online telehealth service, MyInstantMD, offers a convenient solution for treating Angular Cheilitis from the comfort of your own home. With our user friendly platform, personalized treatment plans, and electronic prescription medications, we make it easy to get the care you need. Say goodbye to Angular Cheilitis and hello to healthy, happy lips with MyInstantMD.

Available in 50 states. No insurance needed.

Common Symptoms of Angular Cheilitis

Severe angular cheilitis causes painful, cracked sores at the corners of the mouth. Common symptoms include redness, swelling, itchiness, skin tightness, and crusting or bleeding of the affected areas. Saliva can build up and irritate the skin, making the condition worse.

Common Causes of Angular Cheilitis

Angular cheilitis occurs because of bacteria or fungi which cause the infection, thriving in warm, moist environments. Specifically, a fungal infection, often Candida albicans, is a frequent culprit behind angular cheilitis. Other contributing factors may include vitamin deficiencies, ill-fitting dentures, or medical conditions like diabetes or a weakened immune system.

Identifying the underlying cause is key to effective treatment and to prevent angular cheilitis from returning. A virtual consultation with a board-certified doctor can help diagnose angular cheilitis and develop a personalized treatment plan.


Available Treatment Options

Various methods can treat angular cheilitis, including keeping the affected areas moisturized and using antifungal creams. In many cases, angular cheilitis resolves by itself, but specific treatments are recommended depending on the underlying cause. Treatment options for angular cheilitis include both over-the-counter and prescription medications. Topical antifungal creams, such as clotrimazole or miconazole, can help clear up fungal infections.

If a bacterial infection is the culprit, your doctor may prescribe an antibiotic ointment or oral antibiotics. Corticosteroid creams can reduce inflammation and itching. In some cases, a combination of antifungal and corticosteroid creams may be recommended.

Lifestyle changes can also help manage angular cheilitis. Keeping the corners of your mouth dry and applying lip balm or petroleum jelly can prevent chapping and irritation. If you wear dentures, make sure they fit properly and clean them regularly.

Prescription Medication

Treatment for angular cheilitis may  include prescription medications like antifungal creams, topical steroids, and topical or oral antibiotics. These medications can effectively treat the fungal or bacterial infection causing Angular Cheilitis. 

Our secure online portal allows tracking of medication delivery and communication with the healthcare provider throughout the treatment process. Managing Angular Cheilitis can be challenging, which is why the treatment process is made as seamless and stress-free as possible.

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Over the Counter Medications and Self-Care Tips

Recommendations for lifestyle changes and home remedies to promote healing and prevent future outbreaks may be part of your treatment plan. 

Tips to help prevent or improve your angular cheilitis include moisturizing with lip balm, petroleum jelly or emollients, avoid licking, preventing dry mouth, applying aloe vera, using honey, and eating foods that are rich in  zinc and folic acid. 

Your treatment plan is designed to provide effective relief from the discomfort and unsightly appearance of angular cheilitis.


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Recommendations for further angular cheilitis treatments when necessary

Angular cheilitis is usually not a serious condition and often resolves within a couple of weeks. However, it can become severe causing weakness, thinning and sometimes scarring of the corners of the mouth if left untreated. Angular cheilitis can also recur. If you have a case of severe angular cheilitis you may need to seek additional help from a specialist depending on the underlying cause of your cheilitis.

Benefits of Online Treatment

Online treatment for angular cheilitis offers many benefits, such as the ease of getting care from home, access to skilled doctors, and the ability to request treatment anytime from any device that fits your busy life. Whether you’re dealing with painful cracks at the corners of your mouth, redness, or swelling, our experienced medical professionals are here to help. With just a few clicks, you can receive personalized treatment. You can also upload photos, view treatment plans, and message your doctor securely.

Say goodbye to the hassle of taking time off work or rearranging your day to visit a doctor’s office. Our telehealth service puts you in control of your healthcare. We believe that access to quality healthcare shouldn’t be limited by a rigid schedule. With our service, you can prioritize your well-being without compromising your other commitments.

Convenience and Accessibility

Telehealth services offer unparalleled convenience and comfort for those seeking angular cheilitis treatment. With just a few taps on your smartphone or clicks on your computer, you can consult with a board-certified doctor from the comfort of your own home.

No more waiting in crowded clinics or taking time off work for appointments – online treatment allows you to receive care on your own schedule, without the hassle of travel or exposure to other illnesses. Whether you’re at home, at the office, or on the go, you can access the medical advice and treatment you need for angular cheilitis.

The secure, confidential online portal ensures that your personal health information remains private, while still allowing you to communicate effectively with your healthcare provider.

Online treatment for angular cheilitis also offers a cost-effective solution compared to traditional in-person doctor visits. Choosing online treatment for angular cheilitis means you’ll receive personalized care at a fraction of the cost. Everyone deserves access to affordable healthcare services. Competitive pricing and flexible payment options make it easy to get the treatment you need without breaking the bank.

Experience the convenience and comfort of online angular cheilitis treatment with MyInstantMD, and take control of your health today.

Avoiding exposure to other illnesses

Online angular cheilitis treatment reduces your risk of catching other illnesses. Waiting rooms can expose you to germs from sick patients. Telehealth lets you get care from home.

Protect your health and get started now to experience relief without leaving your couch.

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Fast and secure Telehealth platform

Our telehealth platform is fast and secure. It only takes about 5 minutes to complete our online questionnaire for our providers to review and send you a personalized treatment plan.

We use HIPAA-compliant technology to protect your personal health information. 

This ensures only authorized individuals can view sensitive medical details. You can feel confident your privacy is safeguarded when using our platform.

Get Started Today

Ready to start feeling better? Get started now with MyInstantMD and get the relief you need from your angular cheilitis symptoms. Our secure telehealth platform makes it easy to connect with a board-certified doctor who can provide personalized treatment options tailored to your needs.

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Angular cheilitis, also known as angular stomatitis or perlèche, is a condition where the corners of the mouth become inflamed, cracked, and sore. It can occur due to various factors such as fungal or bacterial infections, nutritional deficiencies, dry mouth, or irritants. People of any gender, ethnicity, or age can develop angular cheilitis.

Angular cheilitis is usually diagnosed based on the signs and symptoms, such as cracked, red, and sore corners of the mouth. Your healthcare provider may also consider your medical history, including any underlying conditions like diabetes, immune deficiency, or inflammatory bowel diseases.

Treatment for angular cheilitis depends on the underlying cause. Antifungal creams like Lotrimin can be used for candida infections, while moisturizing lip balms or lip butter can help with dry lips. Addressing nutritional deficiencies, such as vitamin B2 (riboflavin), may also be necessary.

Angular cheilitis itself is not contagious. However, if the cause is an infection like the herpes virus or oral thrush, it can spread through close contact with an infected person.

Some home remedies that may help alleviate symptoms include keeping the area clean and dry, applying petroleum jelly or coconut oil, and avoiding irritants like harsh lip balms or acidic foods. However, it’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Yes, certain health conditions can increase the risk of developing angular cheilitis. These include diabetes (due to high blood sugar levels), immune deficiency disorders like HIV/AIDS, inflammatory conditions such as Crohn’s disease, and Sjogren’s syndrome (which causes dry mouth). Chemotherapy and malnutrition can also contribute to the development of angular cheilitis.

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