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What Causes the Tongue to Split?

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A dry mouth, or xerostomia, is one of the common causes of a split or cut tongue. Irritants such as broken teeth, badly affixed dentures, hot food, spicy food, excessive alcohol and acidic food can also lead to or aggravate a split tongue. Using toothpaste that is too strong could also have an adverse reactions and lead to a split tongue.
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