Thrush, also known as xerostomia, is an inflammation of the oral mucosa caused by an oral Candida infection. In practice, the severity of the condition can vary from patient to patient, as can the type of medication used, and it is not possible to generalise about the best treatment. Clinically, doctors will treat patients diagnosed with fungal infections with medication, either orally or topically, depending on the relevant laboratory test results. Commonly used drugs include mycoplasma and fluconazole, etc. Patients should follow medical advice and not abuse the drugs on their own. Generally speaking, antifungal treatment can effectively control oral fungal infections, so the disease can be cured and the prognosis is good.
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