Burning Mouth Syndrome

Dentists at the University of Florida Health treat burning mouth syndrome and other oral treatments. 

Burning Mouth Syndrome is a common disease affecting mostly post-menopausal women.


It most often presents as a severe burning sensation involving the tongue and sometimes also the lips and roof of the mouth. It is often associated with taste disorders and a loss of taste sensation.


A variety of treatments are available including taste distractants, alpha lipoic acid, clonazepam etc.

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