I developed a blister inside my mouth on the gum in my upper jaw, behind the back molar. The blister would form, then pop and then 2 or 3 days later it would form again. At first, I thought nothing of it, but after the cycle kept repeating itself for 2 or 3 weeks, I became concerned that it might be a viral infection. Before I made an appointment to see the dentist, I figured I would try some Mesosilver on it. I swished the silver around in my mouth, much as you would with mouthwash, making sure to get it directly on the area. The blister did form again, but it was much smaller than it had been, and then it popped and another blister did not form again. I kept using the silver and after 5 or 6 days the raised area continued to diminish. After about 10 days use, it was completely gone; and now the blister is a thing of the past.
Cherry Hill, NJ