Transient Lingual Papillitis 

Lingual papillae are small structures that are located on the surface of the tongue and contain taste receptors.

Who can experience transient lingual papillitis?

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Transient lingual papillitis presents as swelling of one or several isolated fungiform lingual papillae in the tongue, usually at the tip, lateral edges, or on top of it.

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What are the causes of transient lingual papillitis?

The most common symptoms during an episode of transient lingual papillitis include pain, burning sensation, and etc.

Home Treatment for Transient Lingual Papillitis

The oral health professional can help identify the cause of the condition and the appropriate treatment.

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