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Have white patches on tongue
Last week had stomach upset by eating junk food have taken medication for that but next day my tongue had white patches all over and had throat pain while swallowing I had flossed with brush but it comes again. Why my tongue is having white layer and its recurring. Please help
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Dear practo user, For this problem you need immediate assistance of oral Medicine specialist. Myself MDS oral Medicine and Radiology specialist from most eminent government dental hospital Maulana Azad Institute DELHI. U can teleconsult me here. I will need your detailed history, few investigations and photographs. Will Diagnose and medicate you accordingly and precisely. Thanks
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Don’t think it could be just som kind of slimy layers which can be cleaned it could be a underplaying condition as well first think you could do is that you could consult your self to a dentist with the white layers as you said
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