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What is this metallic taste in the back of my throat?

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Dr. Seth Rosen
Dentistry
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In brief: Gum disease?

A metallic taste in your mouth can be a sign of gum disease.
You should see a dentist to get this evaluated. Other symptoms of gum disease are: • red, swollen, or tender gums • bleeding while brushing, flossing, or eating • gums shrinking or pulling away from teeth • persistent bad breath.

In brief: Gum disease?

A metallic taste in your mouth can be a sign of gum disease.
You should see a dentist to get this evaluated. Other symptoms of gum disease are: • red, swollen, or tender gums • bleeding while brushing, flossing, or eating • gums shrinking or pulling away from teeth • persistent bad breath.
Dr. Seth Rosen
Dr. Seth Rosen
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Dr. Thomas Heston
See your dentist, and brush & floss your teeth regularly

In brief: Dental/ Gum Diaease

In addition to gum disease, sometimes broken metal fillings, and failing root canals can taste metallic.
Please visit your local dentist for a clinical examination. Take care ...

In brief: Dental/ Gum Diaease

In addition to gum disease, sometimes broken metal fillings, and failing root canals can taste metallic.
Please visit your local dentist for a clinical examination. Take care ...
Dr. Marguerite Myers
Dr. Marguerite Myers
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Dr. Ronald Achong
Great answer. I agree 100%
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