Lesions on Tongue

The word lesion is enough to make your skin crawl, so a lesion on your tongue would definitely not be something you want to keep. If you have a lesion on your, you may be looking for the reason why.

Causes of Lesions on the Tongue

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Lesions on the tongue are symptoms of many health problems. Tongue lesions can show up if you are under significant, sustained stress, if you are pregnant and have large hormonal changes, if you have a cold or virus, and if you smoke or drink alcohol on a regular basis.

All of these factors lead to changes in your mouth. Not only do these things affect what you put in your mouth to eat, but they also affect the amount of time you make for oral hygiene. Bad oral hygiene habits contribute to increases in lesions on the tongue.

Types of Lesions on the Tongue

Lesions on the tongue can be any kind of sore, bump, or spot on the tongue. These include canker sores, enlarged papillae, tongue trauma (biting or cutting the tongue), Oral Thrush, black hairy tongue, and Kawasaki disease. Oral cancer and HIV are also possibilities.

There are many other types of lesions on the tongue, but every type can cause pain in the tongue if it is not treated properly. If your tongue lesion does not heal in 4-10 days, see a doctor and have him or her check how serious it is.

Treating Lesions on the Tongue

Treatments for lesions on the tongue vary depending on the type of lesion. If your tongue lesion is particularly painful, there are many prescribed and over-the-counter numbing agents available to ease pain. Other antibiotic or medicated treatment requires help from a doctor.

Oral hygiene is an important factor in preventing lesions on the tongue, especially brushing your tongue. The Orabrush was invented for doing exactly that.

The Orabrush has micro-fiber bristles made specifically to pull bacteria on your tongue that cause bad breath and tongue lesions. No other tongue cleaner is more effective and making and keeping happy tongues.


Orabrush Tongue Foam powered by Orazyme leaves your mouth feeling refreshed after using your Orabrush. Armed with 7 all-natural enzymes, it protects against future bad breath attacks—without killing your mouth's natural defenses. Death to bad breath!


Orabrush and Tongue Foam—The world's best bad breath system.

Better Than a Toothbrush!

Ultra-soft, pointed bristles reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue and loosen stinky bacteria. These bristles are designed after the surgeon's scrub brush, the same brush they use to clean bacteria from their hands before they cut you open. (Toothbrush bristles, however, are designed for the smooth surfaces of your teeth, not your tongue.) The scraper then collects and removes the bacteria and residue generated from brushing, helping cure bad breath.

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