Having scalloping on tongue edges is usually the side-effect of some co-existing condition or lifestyle issue
Geographic tongue is a condition where the “dorsal” (top) surface of the tongue develops these irregular-looking, map-like patterns of red patches.
A canker sore on your tongue can be extremely uncomfortable. You can generally expect the irritation to subside within two weeks.
Getting a burnt tongue is fairly common. The great news is that by taking it easy for a few days, your mouth can usually heal pretty quickly.
A cracked or fissured tongue is a condition where cracks or deep grooves appear on the top surface of your tongue.
A metallic or metal taste may have various reasons behind it. Here are 13 things that might be causing a bitter or metallic taste in your mouth.
Sanitizing or disinfecting toothbrush heads or knowing how to clean your tongue scraper can help you prevent the transmission of germs.
It’s completely normal to have different types and sizes of tongue bumps. But sometimes, these papillae can get irritated or inflamed.
Do you have swollen taste buds? It’s probably the papillae that they’re on and not the actual taste buds that are swollen.
A white tongue can be caused by a lot of different things. Here are 11 common reasons and how to treat a white tongue.