Sores on tongues: the bane of your existence from the moment they form until the second they finally heal.
Between the uncomfortable swelling, tender spots, and sensitivity to different acidity levels and food temperatures, these tongue sores leave tongues hurting for help.
Where do sores on tongues come from?
Often, sores on tongues are contagious canker sores that can be transferred by mouth to mouth contact. Some sores on tongues appear after tongues have been burned by extremely hot foods. Other sores on tongues are the result of extremely acidic, sugary, or alcohol filled foods that have encouraged bacterial growth on the tongues.
How are sores on tongues treated?
If the sores on your tongue are canker sores, there are many home remedies and over the counter products that can help reduce pain, but most painful canker sores on the tongue have to be waited out.
One way to treat sores on tongues caused by acidic and sugary foods is using the Orabrush to remove hurtful bacterial growth on your tongue.
How do you use Orabrush on sores on tongues?
To remove bacterial growth causing sores on tongues, simply place the soft bristled end of the Orabrush on the back of your tongue and gently pull forward. You will see the gunk removed from your tongue on the Orabrush. Rinse your Orabrush and repeat!
Because you are removing the bacteria causing sores on tongues, it will be able to return to its happy, pink self in no time. And you will prevent future tongue sores from appearing (not to mention eliminating bad breath at the same time)!