White Pimples on the Tongue
Pimples on the tongue are typically small and white. They may form as a result of a number of factors, such as poor oral hygiene, food allergies, or smoking. Acidic foods can also cause tongue irritation, and red or white pimples. While they are not typically dangerous, they can be irritating and uncomfortable.
There are a few ways to treat white pimples on tongue. One way is to use a topical cream or ointment to help clear the pimple. You can purchase this over the counter at most drugstores. Another way is to use a warm compress on the area. This will help to bring the pimple to a head and make it easier to clear. You can make a warm compress using a washcloth that has been dipped in hot water and then wrung out. Hold the compress against the pimple for several minutes until it cools. You can also try using an ice cube on the pimple. This will help to reduce inflammation and swelling.
To prevent this from happening, good oral hygiene and regular visits at the dentist are advised. You should also avoid any oral contact with a person infected with something contagious.
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