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Oral Lichen Planus

Lichen planus is a condition that can attack the skin and oral-esophageal mucosal tissues. Frequently, it is seen exclusively in the mouth. Overall, lichen planus afflicts roughly 2% of the community. Although the ailment may happen in any age group, women above 50 years have a higher probability of contracting lichen planus. Cause The etiology

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Useful medications in Dentistry

St. Lawrence Dentistry always takes a very conservative and cautious approach to using medications. However modern medications can help us treat many dental conditions. In previous articles we reviewed antibiotic, local anesthetics, and some pain control medications. Here we will summarize other commonly used medications used in dentistry. Steroids (short for corticosteroids) are synthetic drugs

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