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loss of taste causes treatment

Loss of Taste Causes and How Can You Treat It?

Common causes of loss of taste are cold, flu, sinus infection, smoking, etc. You can treat loss of taste by quitting smoking, by following good oral hygiene and treating the underlying disease.
Median Rhomboid Glossitis

Median Rhomboid Glossitis – A Unique Tongue Disorder

It is an oral condition which is characterized by a typical red or smooth pink patch that develops on the center or the back of the tongue dorsum. The lesion measures around 2-3 centimeters in length along its longest dimension.
diabetes taste changes

How does Diabetes Cause Taste Disorder in The Mouth?

Type 2 diabetes is most likely to cause trouble in tasting only sweet food. However, type 1 diabetes is the main culprit to cause impaired taste.
Scrotal Tongue

What is Scrotal Tongue? – Symptoms, Cause & Treatment

The scrotal tongue has a plicate, fissured or furrowed appearance which makes the tongue wrinkled. It is also known as Lingua plicata, Fissured tongue, Furrowed tongue, Lingua fissurata, Lingua scrotalis, and Grooved tongue.
Anemia Tongue

Anemia Tongue – What Should You Know?

Anemia Tongue is an inflammation of the tongue accompanied by redness, swelling, and change in the surface texture of the tongue. These alterations affect some of the essential functions of the mouth like speech, swallowing and the ability to chew food.
metallic taste in mouth

Metallic Taste in Mouth – Why It Happens?

A sense of metal-like taste in your mouth is a type of taste disorder which is medically defined as parageusia, also referred to as dysgeusia. Parageusia is not commonly a chronic condition. Certain medications, autoimmune diseases, psychological problems, liver and kidney related problems and neurological disorders have a link to a metallic taste.

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