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By Tim McMahon Thrush is a condition of the tongue that is quite common in babies but often affects adults as well. Thrush is simply an overgrowth of “Candida Albicans” which looks like white fur. Candida is a strain of yeast that thrives in dark moist places, especially in warm human bodies, although it can […]Continue reading
Hairy Leukoplakia is entirely different than Black Hairy tongue or Hairy Tongue. In Hairy tongue the filiform papillae elongate and look like hairs on the tongue. But in Leukoplakia there are white, raised, vertical ridges on the sides of the tongue although in some cases it can occur under the tongue or inside the cheeks. […]Continue reading