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Meth Mouth

Clinical Features of Meth Mouth They are SEVERE CERVICAL CARIES ON THE FACIAL SURFACES. Short term effects are: Insomnia, aggressiveness, agitation, hyperactivity, decreased appetite, tachycardia, HTN, vomiting, tremors, and XEROSTOMIA. Sinus destruction can occur via drug sniffing.
Demographics of Meth Mouth This is commonly seen in patients between 19-40 years old and those who are abusing methamphetamine.
Microscopic Features of Meth Mouth There are no histological features.
DDX for Meth Mouth No DDX besides Meth Mouth is listed on Realize It.
Treatment for Meth Mouth No treatment for Meth Mouth is listed on Realize It.
What is Meth Mouth? When you have orofacial complications of methamphetamine abuse, you get meth mouth.