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Mouth Wash For Rash Under Tongue
I use a strong mouth wash! I have a dry spot on my gums, I brush it off and then I notice a rash on my gums. Herpes? Doesn't look like bad lesions.
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have enlarge taste bud at back of mouth with white tongue no pain and was using magic mouth wash but doesn't seem to be helping mouth is also dry?
MM mouth wash: Miracle Magic Mouth Rinse. The rinse is best for those with initial HZVS1 viral infection as a symptomatic relief. I am not sure that you have a viral infection but something else. Don't delay in seeking professional evaluation. Some taste buds are actually confused with lymph nodes which are part of the immune system ...Read more
My tongue has had a burning sensation for 2 weeks. I use biotene mouth wash, suck on ice chips with no relief. What could this be?
I accidentally used detol has mouth wash. The taste buds in my tongue are not working. I also have a metal type battery taste. Will it come back?
Detol?: Not sure of product. Is it detoll, the soap? Things can damage the taste buds though usually temporary. Having a metallic taste like a battery is possible. You can generate a galvanic reaction in your mouth due to your saliva and metals like from metal fillings and crowns. If doesn't pass in few day see your dentist. ...Read more
After using a what I think was a mouth wash it said antiseptic, for 30 secs a part of my tongue can't taste sweet or salt at the tip of my tongue.
I have a cute on the end of my tongue soon after I smoked meth, it has been no more then 2 days and it is white around the area I guess it is infected? How do I fix this, I have only tried mouth wash
Agree with dr. Fowler and would like to add that this could simply be a burn injury. Meth is extremely damaging to you mouth, especially to the teeth. I recommend that you get an evaluation by a general dentist for your tongue and to assess other problems that may be developing before you loose a large number of teeth to decay.
As stated before, the greater concern is what the meth is doing to your body in a general sense. This drug is so addictive that you will need assistance stopping. Seek professional care for assistance in stopping and to obtain a complete physical exam to make sure you have no other problems medically. ...Read more
Taste buds on right tip of tongue swollen and feels like that area was burned (is burning) occurred after using act mouth wash.
I've been having a constant salty vinegar taste on my tongue. I don't use whitening toothpaste or mouth wash, and I drink lots of water. What's wrong?
Altered taste...: Unusual taste sensations can be caused by many, many things. Even if your toothpaste is not a whitening toothpaste, this or your mouthwash could be causing your altered taste. These sensations are often caused by medication, diet, poor oral hygiene or even vitamin deficiencies. Brush your tongue with a toothbrush or tongue brush every day. Change your toothpaste and mouthwash. Good luck! ...Read more
I HAVE CANKER SORES IN MY MOUTH AN TONGUE THEY ARE REALLY PAINFUL. I STARTED WITH THEM LAST FRIDAY. IM IN STEROID AN A MOUTH WASH AN ANTIBIOTIS HOW LO?
Self healing: Small cupped-out painful ulcers. Cause may be viral, symptoms brought on by stress, trauma, acidic foods. Heal in 10-14 days. See your Dentist to discuss laser obliteration or Rx for Kenalog in Orabase. Antibiotics don't treat viruses. Most mouthwashes relatively ineffective. ...Read more
I bit my tongue 3 weeks ago and sustained a cut that has not healed and does not even show a sign of healing. What can I do? I use listerine mouth wash and/or hydrogen peroxide..
See your dentist!: Tongues normally heal quickly. 3 weeks is way to long to consider continuing to treat yourself. I would not use the listerine as this is probably irritating the area. Hydrogen peroxide can leave you vulnerable to fungal infection in the mouth as well. I strongly recommend letting a dentist look at your tongue and give you the proper treatment. ...Read more
What causes a coated tongue? I can't get rid of it. I have tried a tongue scraper, brushing my tongue, mouth wash, gargling with salt water. No luck.
I'm 17 years old and have been struggling with bad breath for years. I brush my teeth night and day and use the right mouth wash. I also have been scraping my tongue because I thought that was the root of my bad breath problem but it doesn't work. My tong
Halitosis: Halitosis can be caused by many things, including cavities, periodontal problems, acid reflux, sinus infections, and diet. Since you've had this problem for years, the question is have you seen your physician and dentist to be evaluated? If not, now is the time for consults. Please make the calls. ...Read more
Had teeth cleaning done with mouth wash to treat my gingivitis. Now I feel a burning sensation on the tongue with itchy, swollen gums. Help?
Call your dentist: Call your dentist and advise him\her of this situation. We don't know anything about your medical and dental history, nor what was specifically used as the mouth wash. Therefore, we are at a disadvantage regarding diagnosis or recommendations. It sounds like your tissues were irritated by or having an allergic reaction to one or more of the ingredients. ...Read more
I am currently experiencing a sore mouth and throat due to chemo. My gums and tongue are white. Any specific mouth wash or spray you could recommend?
Ask your doctor if you can take the Spry dental defense products such as their mouthwash and gum. Here's a link
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The very best to you. ...Read more
Pre-mouthwash: Not sure exactly what you mean by "pre mouth wash". If you mean a mouthwash to be used before brushing, you've got a multitude of choices, from anti-plaque to whitening mouthwashes. Not everyone needs a specific mouthwash. Routine oral hygiene maneuvers such as brushing and flossing are much more important to your oral health. However, if you mean "pre-operative" mouthwash, we commonly prescribe c. ...Read more
There is none: There is no one generally agreed upon "best mouth-wash". In my opinion, for most individuals mouth rinses are not an essential part of a good oral hygiene regimen. There are specific mouth rinses for specific purposes and if one is needed, your own dentist can recommend the right one for you. For general purposes, listerine and crest prohealth are two of my own personal favorites. ...Read more
Any: Mouth washes only temporarily take away bad breath. Like for minutes rather than hours. The best home treatment for bad breath is good daily oral hygiene. Also get your teeth cleaned professionally on a timely manner. Your health care professional can advise you whether you have gum disease causing bad breath. ...Read more
5-10 Minutes Only: Proper care of a dental "flipper" partial denture includes brushing it with a toothbrush to remove food particles & adherent dental plaque and rinsing it afterwards. Keep it in clear, clean water when not in your mouth. Use a commercial denture cleanser soak or mouthwash for 5-10 minutes daily to reduce possible odor and stain. Warning: some mouthwashes may alter the color of the the denture base. ...Read more
No problem: Nothing wrong with using hydrogen peroxide diluted with water as a mouth rinse as long ad you do not swallow it and not to leave there for more than 25 second..... Hydrogen peroxide has the ability to get rid of the anaerobic grame negative bacteria. The number one cause for gum disease and bad breath. . ...Read more
irritate throat: Dilute with water as soon as possible. This foaming peroxide based antiseptic will irritate your throat if swallowed. Follow manufacturer's directions and warnings; consult manufacturer for more specific overdosage instructions. ...Read more
Depends on the mouthwash, if it contains alcohol or other medicinal compounds and the amount you drank.
From the poison control perspective, a small ingestion will likely just cause nausea and some vomiting. However, large ingestion of mouthwash could be harmful. Call the poison hotline and tell them which brand and how much. ...Read more
Trauma: Most likely trauma to the gums from improper flossing or brushing technique. If it doesn't happen all the time, the mouthwash use is most likely coincidental. No rinses available to the public will cause bleeding in an otherwise healthy person--see your dentist to be sure! (p.S. The plax pictured here is useless--a waste of money--with marketing ; fda approval based on a single flawed study!). ...Read more
Inhibits vs. Killing: Antibacterial products kill bacteria, or hinder their reproduction. Antiseptic substances inhibit the growth and reproduction of many microorganisms, including bacteria, as well as fungi, protozoa, and viruses. The greatest difference between these mouthwashes is that most antiseptic mouthwashes contain a significant amount of alcohol. Alcohol tends to dries the mouth and can be a problem for many. ...Read more
Oral hygiene: You should brush and floss properly and for a total of two minutes after eating. Mouth rinses for most patients are unnecessary (unless your own dentist recommends one for a specific purpose). The order is not important. The technique and diligence is. It's often best to actually demonstrate your technique to your dentist or dental hygienist. Many people think they are doing it properly but aren't ...Read more
Rinses don't whiten: There are several types of mouth washes. Fluoride mouth rinses help to prevent cavities and can reduce teeth sensitivity. Mouth rinses for healthy gums help prevent plaque attachment to teeth and reduce gingivitis. However, mouth rinses for teeth whitening have questionable effectiveness- 30 seconds to 1 minute in the mouth is not long enough for these rinses to actually whiten the teeth. ...Read more
Here are my choices.: Really, any toothpaste as long as it has Fluoride in it. The rest is usually personal preference to taste. Tartar control toothpastes have been proven to make a difference in the ability of tartar to form. Soft bristle toothbrushes are best for getting in between and around teeth better. Again, mouthwashes are personal preference. Oxygenating rinses are more effective against bacteria. ...Read more
Can adults (with highly sensitive mouth allergy) use children's toothpaste and children's mouth wash?
How can people be addicted to eating comet cleanser and listerine mouth wash and not get seriously sick?
Need to see MD: These are tough cases and require the help of an md that specializes in such cases. Both these items are poisons and not meant for internal use. Why and how did they get addicted? Please seek the appropriate help. ...Read more
For a dentist, is mouth wash and toothpaste that has never been open still safe after the expiration date?
HOW LONG?: Everything has to have an expiration date on it. It's the law. Does it become ineffective after? If it is used within that year after I would not worry about it. It looses its efficacy slowly but surely after or the company producing it would go broke. ...Read more
I am using a WaterPik water flosser with water and mouth wash instead of flossing string is this OK? The string never worked for me.
Floss better: But WaterPik better than brushing alone. Talk to your Dentist about customizing an oral hygiene program for you. Let's face it, most people don't use floss daily. Water irrigator second best alternative. PLEASE use one or the other daily. ...Read more
After using mouth wash should we spit out and wash with water? Or spit out and leave the remaining mouthwash in the mouth without rinsing out?
Better no rinse: Better to spit out and not rinse with water right away. Doesn't hurt to rinse, brush with toothpaste, rinse with mouth wash (hopefully an anti-plaque, anti-tarter rinse,) and then floss ...Read more
No: "whitening" mouth washes will not damage your teeth. Many people have tissue sensitivity to these rinses. Personally, I have not found any of these rinses to have any effect on the color of your teeth. I'd suggest you don't waste your money on these products. ...Read more
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