|What Kind Of Doctor???
Apr 16, 1999
Hi Dr Reznik, I am from Germany and for over half a year i have had all of the following symptoms: My tongue is white most of the time, little bubbles on the tip of the tongue and it aches so much I just want to bit it off. Also on my lips there are these white patches that seem to never go away, they are located in the corners. I have been to five docters since but they all were not able to diagnose anything. Could You tell me what kind of a doctor I have to see who is capable of diagnosing what I have, please. Thank you so much in advance, Conrad
Response from Dr. Reznik
The type of doctor that you should visit is either an oral pathologist or someone who is experienced in oral medicine. Sometimes these providers are referred to as oral stomatologists.
I hope this helps!
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