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Dental and Oral Health (Adults)

Mouth

02/09/2009

Question:

Hi Im experiencing a lot of pain right now on my tongue. My tongue has lil and big blisters and i cant eat, talk and its very uncomfortable. My tongue has a white film on it and blisters all around. and it kills me to swollow i about to go thru the roof and to top it off my teeth keep rubbing against the sides and it hurts real bad. can you help thank you

Answer:

You should see your dentist or a dental specialist such as an oral and maxillofacial pathologist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon to examine the blisters and determine a precise diagnosis.

In the absence of the blisters, your description is similar to patients with burning mouth syndrome but I can't provide much more assistance from this side of a computer keyboard. Additional information about burning mouth syndrome will be attached for you to help understand this condition. Good luck!

Related Resources:

Burning Mouth Syndrome

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Response by:

John R Kalmar, DMD, PhD John R Kalmar, DMD, PhD
Clinical Professor of Pathology
Associate Dean of Dentistry Administration
College of Dentistry
The Ohio State University