What Does Geographic Tongue Look like?

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Geographic tongue is a harmless condition affecting the surface of your tongue. With geographic tongue, the tongue appears to have patches that give the tongue a geographic or map-like look or like red islands with slightly raised borders. The patches on the surface of the tongue are missing papillae.
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A geographical tongue is a disorder of the tongue that causes pained and discolored sections of taste buds. The disorder is said to be chronic, and effects at least 3% of the Population
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Geographic tongue can look different ways...in a fairly mild case, the tongue would have a slight loss of taste buds alongs the edges of the tongue. In a mre typical case, there would
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Significance Geographic tongue occurs when some of the papilla, the small bumps on the top of your tongue, fall off. Doctors do not know why this happens. Some scientists think that
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