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Normal Tongue Pictures
Bumps are normal: There are lots of taste buds on your tongue. Small bumps in the front and large bumps in the back. The ones in the back usually are aligned in an arrow pointing forward in the center. ...Read more
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
Continued she has a wiggly tongue. When pictures are being taken she has to bite down on her tongue to control it.
Be more specific.: What is meant by Wiggly tongue? How old the person is? Is she a child? Is she tainkg any Medicine? ...Read more
What do you think about my big papilla? It is half brown.You can see it in my gallery.It is on the left of the picture, at the top of the tongue.
Normal: Though attention-getting, these are normal "taste buds" and you need need not worry. ...Read more
Possibly Geographic: Geographic tongue is not "normal", but rather a benign, usually, but not always painless, inflammatory process that alters normal tongue anatomy. It can come and go in its own. It will go away without treatment, but can and often will return. It is not contagious. Treatment is not necessary unless symptoms of burning develop, contact your dentist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hi i have a red patch on my tongue since 3 years , i am smoker, pls advice me about it. or should i send you the pictures....? Thanks
Smoker tongue lesion: 43 F Hi i have a red patch on my tongue since 3 years , i am smoker, pls advice me about it. or should i send you the pictures....? ANS: 1. stop smoking now. 2. show the spot on your tongue to your doctor. Let us know what is found. STOP SMOKING NOW! ...Read more
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ulcer on tongue lining since 2 months. please click link for picture. what could this be ? http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2ujozyh&s=5#.UmTvQBbcCp0
I have an toothache and it is real bad I have sent in some picture to u all of my mouth and how it looks.?
Hi, i've smoked for about two months now and am 18. I have noticed some sores on my mouth. What are the chances that I have cancer? Picture attached
I have not seen a picture of anything that looks like the bump I have in my mouth. What Else could it be? I have seen stoliath, fibroma, etc.
Sore: Probably perleche. Apply cortisone cream to area twice a day for one week ...Read more
What are these Itchy red bumps at my cheeks? and below my mouth? they go back time to time on the same place. look at my profile picture to be sure
Red flat rash, no pustules / oozing. Small red pin dots around area. Isolated to corners of mouth, no where else. See profile picture for image. ?
Angular cheilitis: A rash at both corners of the mouth simultaneously is angular cheilitis. Different causes may include vitamin deficiency, an autoimmune condition that can affect the mouth, viral infections, yeast infections, bacterial infections, atopic dermatitis/eczema, food allergy, contact dermatitis (for example to toothpaste or Chapstick), to name a few. Getting a check by your physician is usually best. ...Read more
I have a painful white blot on my uvula and a couple of white spots on the roof of my mouth... I have good pictures its that bad?
Needs evaluated: Pain is a sign of something wrong. Painful sores on vulva and roof of mouth need to be evaluated. Some std's are able to infect the mouth as well as the genitals. Your family physician or gyn should be able to properly evaluate, test and treat. ...Read more