Introduction to Urgent Dental Problems – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Certain dental problems require prompt treatment to relieve discomfort and minimize damage to the structures of the mouth. Such urgent dental problems include Toothaches Fractured, loosened, and knocked-out teeth…

Introduzione alle urgenze odontoiatriche – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Alcune patologie odontoiatriche richiedono un trattamento immediato per alleviare il disagio e ridurre al minimo il danno alle strutture della bocca. Le urgenze odontoiatriche includono Odontalgie ( Mal di denti)…

Tongue “Hairiness” – for patients (Humans)

(Hairy Tongue) By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry An overgrowth of the normal projections on the top of the tongue (papillae) can give it a hairy appearance. The overgrowth may be caused by food debris…

Tongue Discomfort – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Tongue discomfort can result from irritation by Certain foods, especially acidic ones (for example, pineapple) Certain ingredients in toothpaste, mouthwash, candy, or gum Certain drugs Thrush (candidiasis), a common infection…

“Villosità” della lingua – per pazienti (Umana)

(lingua pelosa) Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry La crescita eccessiva delle normali sporgenze presenti nella parte superiore della lingua (papille) può conferirle un aspetto peloso. Questa può essere causata da resti di cibo intrappolati…

Lip Sores – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry A raised area or a sore with hard edges on the lip may be a form of skin cancer (Home.heading on page Mouth and Throat Cancer and see Overview of Skin Cancer)….

Ulcere labiali – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Una zona del labbro sollevata o un’ulcera con i bordi induriti può essere una forma di cancro della pelle ( Tumore della bocca e della gola e Panoramica sul cancro della pelle)….

Tongue Sores and Bumps – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry The side of the tongue may enlarge (bump out) next to missing teeth. Sores on the tongue can be caused by Allergic reactions Oral herpes simplex virus infection Canker…

Ulcere e sporgenze della lingua – per pazienti (Umana)

Per David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry La parte laterale della lingua può allargarsi (sporgere) nei punti in cui mancano i denti. Le ulcere sulla lingua possono essere causate da Reazioni allergiche Infezione orale da virus…

Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis – for patients (Humans)

By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (canker sores, or aphthous ulcers) is the presence of small, painful sores (ulcers) inside the mouth that typically begin in childhood and recur frequently. Mouth injury,…

Stomatite aftosa ricorrente – per pazienti (Umana)

Per Robert B. Cohen, DMD, Colonel, USAF (retired), former Program Director, General Dentistry Residency, Kessler Medical Center La stomatite aftosa ricorrente (SAR) è molto comune. La causa è sconosciuta, ma il disturbo tende a presentarsi nelle famiglie. Molti fattori sembrano predisporre agli attacchi o scatenarli. Tali fattori includono lesioni orali; stress (ad esempio, in uno studente…

Burning Mouth Syndrome – for patients (Humans)

(Oral Dysesthesia) By David F. Murchison, DDS, MMS, Clinical Professor, Department of Biological Sciences;Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas;Texas A & M University Baylor College of Dentistry Burning mouth syndrome is mouth pain, often involving the tongue, that may be burning or tingling in people who do not have any visible sores or abnormalities…