Monday, July 13, 2009

4 Clinical Kinds Of Oral Yeast Infections And The Signs That Follow

Every kind of yeast infection has some signs or symptoms that can help you identify the problem. Although not all symptoms are as easily detected as others, it is important you are aware of these signs so you can act quickly. Here are four clinical kinds of oral yeast infections and the signs that will help you identify them.

1. Thrush
Thrush is by far the most common of the oral yeast infections. This has a number of names and ways to identify it by including Moniliasis. You can identify this kind of infection as by the smooth creamy white or yellow coating that will appear on any oral surface. Upon removing the creamy surface, you will typically see a red underlying tissue.