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I recommend that you take her into see a veterinarian. With the area not healing completely, it is concerning that there may be something preventing it from doing so. This could be from infection, a foreign body, re-injury, or another underlying issue. Your vet can talk to you more about the reason this area is not healing and the treatment that she needs after they have examined her. I do not recommend using any medication unless directed to do so by your vet. Many human medications can be toxic to cats especially if they are ingested. With this area near her mouth, that makes it a major concern.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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