we do have hair on our tongue. not really i am just makind it up
I doubt it, with the exceptions of I would guess cancer growth, or genetic disorders.
Those are called taste buds
Hairy tongue is not a form of herpes. It is a bacterial overgrowth which most often follows antibiotic treatment.
It's twice half the length of the tongue.
because when you eat cold food your tongue needs to keep warm
because she has a hairy tongue
hairy tongue or furry tongue can be slang for oral thrush. Now thrush is a yeast infection that can be caught in many ways, I suggest you look it up if you wish to know more about that. .
The best measure most likely to succeed is to scrape the surface of the tongue and vigorously clean the tongue surface with a firm soft-bristled toothbrush or tongue scraper. This removes the overgrown papillae and bacteria mechanically, making them less likely to grow back but hairy tongue disease may recur.Practice good oral hygieneTry to reduce smokingEliminate use of potential causative factors.http://www.intelligentdental.com/2010/02/02/got-a-hairy-tongue/
A brown stripe on the tongue is usually related to diet or lifestyle choices, such as smoking. Certain medications can also discolor the tongue. By brushing the tongue a few times when cleaning your teeth, any staining should remove easily.
Usually, it will kill the taste buds on your tongue.
Well it could be a few things. You could have popped a blood vessel. You could have a freckle or beauty mark... Ask your doctor. You never know
There is a fungus called Black Hairy Tongue that can cause the tongue to become black and/or hairy looking. You need to brush your tongue well with a toothbrush and maybe use a tongue scraper (you can get one in the same place you get a toothbrush in stores). You may also need to see a doctor if the condition does not go away, and they can give you an antifungal drug that can help. Please see the Related Link below.
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