Mouth ulcers,difficulty in swellowing,throat irritation.burning sensation over face.kindly help to find diagnosis n treatment

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? GLOSSITIS STOMATITIS.. ? TRANSIENT LINGUAL PAPILLITIS .. ? ENLARGED PAPILLAE ..

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Treatment options may include: Saliva replacement products. Specific oral rinses or lidocaine. Capsaicin, a pain reliever that comes from chili peppers. An anticonvulsant medication called clonazepam (Klonopin) Certain antidepressants. Medications that block nerve pain.

Enlarged circumvallate & folliate papillae ( ?? normal oral cavity findings and variants of normal )

Burning mouth syndrome associated with nutritional deficiency of iron , vitamin B12 (as seen from her pale nales & tongue ). Investigation - Blood tests Treatment - Depending upon the results of the investigations treatment planning should be done.

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gullitis..? To help relieve pain and speed healing, consider these tips: Rinse your mouth. Use salt water or baking soda rinse (dissolve 1 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 cup warm water). Dab a small amount of milk of magnesia on your canker sore a few times a day.Salt is one of those natural healing methods for oral health problems. In fact, the use of salt for mouth healing dates back even to Ancient Egyptian times in 1600 B.C. Salt can help reduce the size and pain of a canker sore within the first 24 hours. It inhibits dental bacteria and helps your mouth to heal.

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Papillitis Glossitis Lt tongue ulcer Inj vitcofol 2cc 10 dosesim Becosule bd Sporolac ds bd Apply zytee tds

Glossitis Need excess fluid intake Proper oral hygiene with regular gargles with saltwater & warm water after every meal Vit B complex medication to be prescribed of Vit C medicine to be given along with regular course of antioxidants

KIND OF GLOSSITIS SUPLEMENTRY VITAMINS ENOUGH OF FLUIDS

Glossitis.. Burning mouth syndrome

The fungiform papillae are mushroom shaped papillae (projections) on the tongue. They are located on the top surface of the tongue, scattered throughout the filiform papilla but mainly at the tip and lateral margins of the tongue. They have taste buds on their superior (upper) surface which can distinguish the five tastes: sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami. They have a core of connective tissue and the seventh cranial nerve innervates them.The reason people think that different things taste different is because the more taste buds that you have the stronger the tastes such as saltiness, bitterness, ect. taste that you get. Some foods may taste better with stronger taste buds while other would with taste buds that aren't as strong. Things that affect the strength in taste buds are tongue piercings, age, and smoking.

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