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oral dyesthesia (s) (noun), oral dyesthesias (pl)
A burning sensation in one or several parts of the mouth: Mildred's neighbor, Edward, consulted Dr. Carsley, the dentist, about the oral dyesthesia he was experiencing.

Oral dyesthesia occurs more often in the elderly and is generally related to menopausal, psychological, or psychopathological factors.

Identified causes of oral dyesthesia are denture irritation, yeast infection, decreased salivary production, and systemic factors, such as nutritional and estrogen deficiencies, and sensory neuropathies.

Treatment of oral dyesthesias consists of therapy for whatever has caused the condition.