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Geographic Tongue in Menopause

Menopause

Life is all about transitions.  When we were younger the transitions came faster… the transition from living in a nice warm protected womb to the harsh daylight was a traumatic and difficult process not only for our mothers but for us as well.  But that was just the beginning, along the way there were more […]

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Tongue Problem in Canada

Three years ago I noticed a small smooth area on the side of my tongue.  My dentist, oral surgeon, GP and dermatologist had no idea what it was except to say it wasn’t cancer.   I actually diagnosed myself by going on the internet.  When finally my Ear, Nose and Throat specialist told me I had geographic […]

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Cold Sores Vs Canker Sores – What’s the Difference?

By JB Harrison A cold sore (HSV-1) is a small blister or blisters that take form around the outside of the mouth. Sometimes they may appear inside of the mouth, usually found on the roof of the mouth. They are clear and filled with fluid and are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Also referred […]

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What is Fissured Tongue?

Fissures closeup

​Fissured tongue is characterized by cracks or “fissures”.  It can also be called “Plicated” or “Scrotal Tongue” and many doctors will tell you that it is “normal”, “benign”, “harmless” and are much like wrinkles and therefore nothing to be worried about.But as you’ll see in a moment… that may not be entirely true… your doctor […]

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