Submucous Fibrosis is a precancerous oral condition that occurs due to progressive fibrosis. This hampers the oral tissues and results in trismus or rigidity. It consists of elusive pathogenesis, and early attention is required for this condition.
Signs & Symptoms
Some of the common signs and symptoms of submucous fibrosis dental conditions are burning sensation, oral pain, gustatory sensation, partial hearing loss, and others.
The dentists say that one of the most common causes of Submucous Fibrosis is betel chewing. The second cause of it is tobacco consumption. These are the two major causes of worsening this condition.
The dentists look for some of the common symptoms of submucous fibrosis to diagnose the condition such as burning sensation on clinical examinations, ulceration, pain, and other such signs. These signs experienced in dental examination intend the condition of the patient.
Some form of intralesional injections given to the patients weekly can prevent this condition. If you have already noticed the start of this condition, then taking up steroid injections will suppress further damage.
The dentists recommend the patients to take up iron and multivitamins such as detoxify, lycopene, and others. At times, the dentist also recommends the use of submucosal injections to prevent the condition from worsening.
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