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Oral disorders - Infections

Articles on infections in the mouth
Oral disorders - tumours/Cancers

The tumours/cancers which occur in the mouth
Oral disorders - Keeping healthy
Keeping Healthy

How to keep your mouth healthy and disease free

bad breath
- Unpleasant, unusual, or offensive odour to the breath
body odour
- Body odour is the term given to any smell associated with a person's body.
difficulty swallowing
- Difficult swallowing describes any type of trouble a person may have when trying to swallow food or liquids.
denture problems
- When dental equipment such as dentures or partial dentures rub, a sore mouth can result. Sores can be found on the upper jaw, lower jaw, under the tongue or on the palate. The sores are usually red and a little swollen. They are found in the area next to the part of the mouth that supports the denture. Persons who wear dentures all night are much more likely to get these sores.
oral thrush
oral cancer
salivary gland tumors
tongue biopsy
- Mumps is a viral infection that causes swelling of the parotid gland, a salivary gland below the angle of the lower jaw. Mumps can also affect other organs, especially in adults.
yeast infection of the skin and mucous membranes
cleft lip and palate
fever blisters
mouth ulcer
oral herpes
plaque and tartar on teeth
salivary duct stones
tooth abscess
sore throat
oral hygiene
speech therapy
- Speech therapy is a service provided by a health care professional that helps a person improve his or her ability to communicate. This includes both speech, which is how sounds are made, and language, which involves understanding and choosing the correct words to use.
gingivitis, periodontitis
gingivitis, periodontitis - Images    (Click to view larger image) - - Alternative Names  - swollen gums, gum infection, gingivostomatitis, trench mouth, pyorrhoea, bleeding gums, gum disease - What is going on in the body?  - Gingivitis...
glossopharyngeal neuralgia
- Glossopharyngeal neuralgia is a condition that causes sudden bouts of pain in the throat and the back of the mouth and tongue.
- Leukoplakia is a white patch, often inside the mouth, that will not rub off.
Sjogren syndrome
- Sjogren syndrome is an autoimmune disorder that causes a major decrease in lubricating fluids, such as tears and saliva. An autoimmune disorder is one in which the person's body attacks its own tissues, for unknown reasons.
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