What causes black dots on the tongue?
if it is hairy then... black, hairy tongue, which is caused by an overgrowth of bacteria or yeast on the tongue The sides of my tongue used to be very dark until I had all my silver fillings removed.
That could be a sign of a very serious medical condition, black dots along the gum lines is known for gum cancer. Ask your dentist to take a look at it, and do it soon! Pepto Bismol can turn your tongue black and also your stool. It often scares the heck out of people. Pepto Bismol has an ingredient in it that causes this. It's used for an upset tummy, indigestion and diarrhea. This is…
Little black dots on your tongue means that, you have a S.T.D (Sexually Transmitted Disease) in your mouth.It could come from things such as kissing,or oral sex. You should see your Family Doctor soon.Sometimes it could mean nothing,and sometimes it could mean that you should start brushing your tongue
Sometimes after you smoke pot you can temporary damage your eyes by seeing double or small black dots or more string floaters or even lights flashes around the eyes when you move the eye. Gladly these effects will go away if you stay calm and rest your eyes. The double vision will go away in about 20 min. the black dots and the flashes will sometimes take days to go away.
[This usually means that the dog is a mutt and has some Chow breed in it. Chows have black (purple) tongues, so when they have mix breed pups, the puppies have purple dots on their tongues.] CORRECTION: A number of breeds have black or blue tongues. If every dog that has blotches on its tongue were part Chow, all I can say is that those Chows have surely gotten around! Plus, my dog is a…
Yes if your tongue has been burned by a hot bevarege or food it may cause some small dots on your tongue. If this happens, your tongue may feel pain, it will probably feel kind of like sand paper at first but you may put an ice cube and that will make it feel better. The tougue is a very sensitive organ so be very careful,or you will feel a slight dose of pain.