Your doctor will use the appearance of your zambusch’s disease on your skin or in your mouth to make the diagnosis. Aside from that, the doctor will also ask for your symptoms, along with your medical history.
To confirm your diagnosis, a biopsy of zambusch’s disease will do.
The treatment’s goal is to reduce your symptoms and speed up your healing, but you won’t need any treatment if you have mild symptoms.
Treatments may include:
- Ultraviolet light therapy
- Mouthwashes contain lidocaine, which numbs the area and makes eating more comfortable.
- Corticosteroid shots towards a sore
- Topical or oral corticosteroids to reduce lower immune responses and swelling
- Vitamin A is taken orally or as a cream called Vitamin A.
- Immune-suppressing medications (in severe cases)
- Other medicines that are applied to skin
- Dressing placed over your skin with medicines to keep you from scratching