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Tips for treating a sore tongue include drinking cool beverages to soothe the tongue, avoiding spicy foods and following proper dental hygiene, according to National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. Proper ... More »

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Trauma, mouth ulcers, irritated taste buds, or other underlying health conditions, such as diabetes and anemia, can cause soreness in the tip of the tongue, according to WebMD. Accidental biting or burning from hot foods... More »

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A sore tongue can be caused by dehydration, fever and dry mouth, while a sore mouth can be the result of burning mouth syndrome, explains MedicineNet. Sometimes referred pain causes a sore mouth. When this occurs, a prob... More »

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