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What can cause a metallic taste in your mouth?

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Dr. Seth Rosen
Dentistry
3 doctors agree

In brief: Gingivitis

While a number of conditions can cause a metallic taste in your mouth, gingivitis is the probably the most common.
You should see a dentist to have it addressed and properly diagnosed.

In brief: Gingivitis

While a number of conditions can cause a metallic taste in your mouth, gingivitis is the probably the most common.
You should see a dentist to have it addressed and properly diagnosed.
Dr. Seth Rosen
Dr. Seth Rosen
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Dr. Meng Syn
Dentistry

In brief: Yeast infections

There are several causes of this phenomena.
The most common are oral infections like candidiasis (thrush) as well as poor oral hygiene which could lead to periodontal disease. Also, some people get the taste from taking medications like antibiotics, or blood pressure medications to name a few. See you dentist to rule out dental causes.

In brief: Yeast infections

There are several causes of this phenomena.
The most common are oral infections like candidiasis (thrush) as well as poor oral hygiene which could lead to periodontal disease. Also, some people get the taste from taking medications like antibiotics, or blood pressure medications to name a few. See you dentist to rule out dental causes.
Dr. Meng Syn
Dr. Meng Syn
Thank
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