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How to get rid of a metal taste in my mouth?

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Dr. Richard Kelner
Dentistry

In brief: SOUNDS

Sounds like you need to see a dentist or a periodontist.
Metallic taste is usually the sign of a gum problem.

In brief: SOUNDS

Sounds like you need to see a dentist or a periodontist.
Metallic taste is usually the sign of a gum problem.
Dr. Richard Kelner
Dr. Richard Kelner
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Dr. SCOTT HARWOOD
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial

In brief: Find the cause

Many possible causes of a metallic taste in your mouth, ranging from medicines to systemic disorders to environmental hazards.
Medications are a leading cause of a metallic taste in the mouth.Check out the meds you're on.Problems with the gums, teeth and sinuses can alter your sense of taste.Many systemic diseases, pregnancy and allergies can also cause this.Some people have idiopathic dysgeusia.

In brief: Find the cause

Many possible causes of a metallic taste in your mouth, ranging from medicines to systemic disorders to environmental hazards.
Medications are a leading cause of a metallic taste in the mouth.Check out the meds you're on.Problems with the gums, teeth and sinuses can alter your sense of taste.Many systemic diseases, pregnancy and allergies can also cause this.Some people have idiopathic dysgeusia.
Dr. SCOTT HARWOOD
Dr. SCOTT HARWOOD
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