Burning Mouth Syndrome

In burning mouth syndrome, burning sensation can occur in the tongue, lips, palate or even in the floor of the mouth. This sensation is created when the sensations of taste and temperature are transferred to the brain by the nerves in a different way than usual so that they are not properly understood and cause pain or burning. The areas of the mouth that burn, when we actually touch them are not hot and most of the time there is no wound or red area. Continue reading “Burning Mouth Syndrome”