Why Is My Tongue Always White?

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White tongue is a covering of debris, bacteria and dead cells on your tongue that makes it appear white. The condition is usually harmless and temporary although the appearance may be alarming. However, it can be an indication of some severe conditions, ranging from an infection to a precancerous condition.
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Your tongue is white because it is covered with taste buds. Its great to have taste buds so you can actually enjoy the fine taste of the foods you eat.
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brush it?
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A white tongue can be a symptom of shock. A dog goes into shock when blood flow is inadequate. Shock is a dangerous condition that can result from severe physical trauma, dehydration
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When the tongue is white it is due to inflammation of the finger-like projections (papillae)
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