A healthy tongue is part of good oral health. Unfortunately, sometimes problems show up, in the form of tongue diseases. A lot of people have them. In fact, almost half of the world’s population has some form of oral disease. What types of tongue diseases exist, and how do you recognize them?
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No less than 68% of adults in the US have tartar. It’s a common and often recurring problem. In itself, it’s nothing to worry about. As long as you have it removed regularly by a dentist, it shouldn’t lead to serious problems. Neglected tartar, however, can lead to some dental problems. What is tartar, what causes it, and can you do anything to prevent it?
One in five people has serious dry mouth. To the extent, it becomes problematic. Learn about xerostomia, dry mouth treatment and home remedies!
Swallowing becomes a bit tricky, and your throat might feel dry or sticky. Lips can crack, and bad breath might become your new sidekick. Dry mouth is a serious problem that affects 1 in 5 people. So you’re not alone. Let’s look at the causes and dry mouth treatments, with special attention to home remedies.