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Doctor insights on: Geographical Tongue Disease

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What is blue tongue disease?

What is blue tongue disease?

Possible condition: Oral literature doesn't describe a condition with such name. Nevertheless, the tongue can show bluish or reddish in different types of diseases. In an adult like you, it could be inflammation of the blood vessels on ventral area of tongue (varicosities) due to lose of elasticity of blood vessels, showing blue through the mucosa due to venous blood irrigation. ...Read more

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What's strawberry tongue disease ?

What's strawberry tongue disease ?

Not a disease: It is not a disease but rather a symptom of something else going on. It is commonly seen in scarlet fever, vitamin deficiencies, kawasaki syndrome and toxic shock syndrome. ...Read more

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Why can smoking cause tongue disease?

Why can smoking cause tongue disease?

It's a poison: The chemicals in cigarette smoke cause alterations in cellular dna and can eventually lead to cancer. ...Read more

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Can we differentiate with pictures and explanation between fissured and pathological tongue disease? I am worry and not sure what I have.

Can we differentiate with pictures and explanation between fissured and pathological tongue disease? I am worry  and not sure what I have.

Yes and no: Fissured tongue really isnt a disease. It's just a characteristic that some people have. For an example, i've included a photo of fissured tongue. There are differing degrees as well, some more or less pronounced. If there is a concern that you have some sort of pathology, see a dentist for a professional opinion. ...Read more

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What diseases can be carried by the tongue?

What diseases can be carried by the tongue?

Tongue: mainly viral and bacterial, transmitted. need better definition of "carried" ...Read more

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What are tongue diseases caused by?

Many things.: Tongue diseases include infections such as black hairy tongue, cancers of the tongue, developmental problems such as bifid tongue and so on. ...Read more

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What disease make tongue taste bitter?

What disease make tongue taste bitter?

Several causes: Vitamin and mineral deficiencies, metabolic diseases, hormonal and some medications can cause this. See your doctor for an evaluation and answer to your question. ...Read more

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What are common tongue diseases in adults?

What are common tongue diseases in adults?

Mostly Benign: Most tongue afflictions are benign. However, the one that is most destructive, of course is cancer. Make sure your dentist or hygienist does an oral cancer exam every time you get your teeth cleaned. ...Read more

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Tongue splitting, will that make me more prone to any oral diseases?

Tongue splitting, will that make me more prone to any oral diseases?

Not really: It could make it more difficult to clean with bad breath being the major problem. The surgery may become infected and also cause numbness. Reversal may be difficult if you change your mind. ...Read more