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What Is The Yellow Film On My Tongue
Brush your tongue.: You should always brush your tongue to remove any bacteria left from food. This will help with halitosis. Further, it should help with film removal. This could contribute to a bad taste. You should see your dentist to evaluate. They may recommend seeing your medical doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a yellow/green film on my tongue and it doesn't hurt and using a tongue brush doesn't help. I have great oral hygiene. How can I cure this?
Possiblly drug : Drugs sometimes have oral side effects such as color changes to your tongue good oral hygiene may not be enough but if it isn't drug related see your periodontist to evaluate it. ...Read more
Tongue coatings: While tongue coatings of various colors are quite common and most are the result of poor oral hygiene, medications and smoking, others require treatment. The only way to know exactly what you have and whether or not it requires any treatment is to have it looked at by your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have recently noticed some painless red dots on my tongue, they look like inflamed taste buds; however, it's not going away. My tongue has recently started getting a yellow film, which I've read is a sign of dead skin cells, that can be brushed
Not serious: Fungiform papillae are the small bumps located on the top and sides of your tongue. They’re the same color as the rest of your tongue and, under normal circumstances, are unnoticeable. They give your tongue a rough texture, which helps you eat. They also contain taste buds and temperature sensors. Papillae can become enlarged for a variety of reasons. Most of the time, these reasons aren’t seriou ...Read more
My tongue has a yellow film on it for 5 months now. The doctor gave me a medicine to treat a yeast infection but it didn't help. What else could it be?
Does it bother you?: What i mean is besides the fact that you have a yellow film does it bother you at all? If you're not having pain irritation burning or any other symptoms then forget about it. It is amazing how different people's tongues can look at various times. Frequently what you eat and drink can affect how your tongue looks. Acids can especially alter the tongues appearance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hard palate has a yellow tinge to it and tongue has white film.I may have lupus i takeklonopin, wellbutrin, (bupropion) nadolol, plaquenil, also have pots what's wrong?
My taste buds on the back of my tongue have been swollen for a couple months. Some bumps on the side. I wake up with a film on my tongue. Am I ok?
If a dentist noticed oral leukoplakia would they 100 percent tell you? Ive had white film on my tongue for years but go to dentist every 6 months
We hope so: White film on tongue is white film on tongue, not likely to be leukoplakia. You should be able to scrape or brush this off with floss, tongue scraper or brush (stick tongue out, place whatever on tongue near back and then pull tongue back in mouth). Leukoplakia will not wipe/scrape off and looks more like white adherent skin - think what a callous looks like after swimming. See Dentist if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yellow Tongue: Yellow tongue is caused by enlargement of papillae and allows bacteria to hide in the recesses of the bumps saliva may change colour and the tongue looks yellowish and can give some pain, itchy sensation of mouth feel like cotton mouth, there can be yeast infection as well, and can spread to esophagus the condition is benign can be treated with medicated mouth wash, andanti fungal meds, and proper diet. ...Read more
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