Dehydration isn’t just “not drinking enough” even if you drink plenty of liquids some could actually increase dehydration and cause tongue problems.
Dear Tim, My daughter happened upon your website and this amazing info. I have somewhat of a different problem though. I am a 56 year old female and have already gone through menopause about 15 years ago. My dentist did tell me that I too have a Geographic Tongue, but that it isn’t too bad. […]
By Riko Kawasaki If you have painful, white lesions inside your mouth, then most probably you have what is called mouth ulcers or canker sores. Usually, this does not need treatment as they often go away on their own. However, simple things like talking, brushing the teeth, and even eating can become a painful experience […]
By Mike J Sanchez When one clenches his or her teeth together habitually, or grinds them by sliding them back and forth against one another, it is called bruxism. Dentists are seeing more and more patients with bruxism showing up in their offices. Our busy lives can be very stressful, which leads to unconscious clenching […]
The downturn of the economy has seen a surge in the number of stress-related diseases. The volume of people inflicted with bruxism is on the rise as stress is one of the major causes for the illness. Unintentional clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth that occur during the sleep can cause severe […]