Your tongue is also remarkably uncomfortable when indisposed, and sores or
tongue blisters can inconvenience you more than you might expect. Learn more.
Though often hailed as "the strongest muscle in the body," the tongue is made up
of a group of muscles that allow us to taste food, swallow, and talk. A healthy ...
May 19, 2016 ... Numerous problems can affect your tongue, such as: pain; sores; swelling;
changes in taste; changes in color; changes in texture.
Nov 13, 2014 ... Introduction. A sore or painful tongue is usually caused by something obvious
and visible, although there are a few less obvious causes you ...
Although small bumps on both sides of the tongue are usually harmless, a bump
on only one side may be cancerous. Unexplained red or white areas, sores, ...
Figure 1: Early cancer (squamous cell carcinoma) that was first thought to be a
harmless sore (ulcer) caused by biting the tongue. Figure 2: Early cancer ...
Tongue blisters commonly form due to an injury like suddenly biting the tongue
with your teeth, scalding your tongue accidentally and grinding your teeth.
Aug 24, 2015 ... A number of different conditions can result in pain and/or the presence of
abnormalities, bumps, ulcers, or sores on the tongue as well as ...
Most canker sores are round or oval with a white or yellow center and a red
border. They form inside your mouth — on or under your tongue, inside your
Canker sores can occur anywhere inside the oral cavity, including the inner
surface of the lips and cheeks, base of the gums, tongue, or soft palate. They are