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Tongue Detox Treatment in Coral Gables, Doral and Miami Florida

Tongue Detox TreatmentAt an average of only 3.3 inches for men and 3.1 inches for women, according to the University of Edinburgh, the tongue is one of the most important elements in a person’s mouth. Yet, it is often the most neglected. Many people even forget to clean their tongues when brushing their teeth.

Interesting Facts About the Tongue

It is important to take care of your tongue. Failing to practice proper tongue care inhibits your ability to speak or taste, and it can lead to bad breath.

White Tongue

What is White Tongue?

A white tongue occurs when the tongue is covered in a thick white coating or has white coating patches. A person may experience bad breath, a hairy tongue, and irritation. Usually, white tongue is harmless and temporary, but in rare cases it indicates a serious conditions.

What Are the Causes of White Tongue?

A white tongue is usually caused when bacteria, debris (like food and sugar), and dead cells get trapped between the papillae on the surface of your tongue. These string-like papillae then grow, swell and sometimes become inflamed.

Leukoplakia

A common condition caused by an overgrowth of cells in the lining of your mouth. These cells combine with the protein keratin (found in your hair) to form a white raised patch on your tongue.

Oral Lichen Planus

A chronic inflammatory mouth condition caused by an immune system disorder and other microscopic threats.

Geographic Tongue

Occurs while the skin on your tongue is regrowing. Parts of the upper layer of skin on your tongue shed too quickly, leaving tender red areas that often get infected.

Oral Thrush

An infection in the mouth caused by too much yeast (fungus).

Syphilis

Bacterial and sexually transmitted infection (STI) with many symptoms including a white tongue.

What Are the White Tongue Risk Factors?

How Can I Prevent White Tongue?

White Tongue can be unavoidable. 

When Should I Call A Professional?

White Tongue is usually harmless and temporary. Depending on symptoms, people suffering with White Tongue often wait to see if it goes away on its own. 

If your tongue hurts or itches, it should be looked at. Hurting or itching can indicate a developing health risk like an infection or oral cancer. In severe cases, untreated White Tongue can spread to other areas of the mouth and body.

Who Should I See If I (Or My Child) Have White Tongue?

You can get help from one or more healthcare professionals, including:

CARE AND TREATMENT

WAYS TO DETOX YOUR MOUTH

Probiotics

Taking probiotic supplements and eating probiotic foods balances gut bacteria i and treats health conditions related to candida.

Baking Soda

Baking soda maintains proper pH levels in the mouth by neutralizing acids and exfoliates the tongue, removing any residue causing White Tongue.

Coconut Oil Pulling

Sea Salt

Aloe Vera Juice

Colloidal Silver

Garlic

Oregano Oil

Pau D’arco Tea

  1. Combine two cups of bark and four cups of boiling water. 
  2. Boil for 20 minutes.
  3. Remove from heat and let cool for at least an hour. 
  4. Strain and enjoy small portions throughout the day.

Tongue Scraping and Proper Oral Hygiene

iSmile by Dr. Sonia Olivares provides state of the art, holistic White Tongue detox treatments to Doral and Coral Gables, Florida. Dr. Sonia Olivares has extensive experience and expertise in oral health maintenance and uniquely treats White Tongue with sensitivity and success.

For more information, call iSmile of Dr. Sonia Olivares at 305-620-8272 / 305-396-1026 or connect with us online today.