Oral changes in dermatological conditions, diagnosis, treatment: A review
Shaik Ali hassan, Sumit bhateja
Both skin and oral mucosa are multilayered squamous epithelium, and many diseases can manifest in both organs. Skin disease may precede mucosal changes and vice versa. Oral signs are now and again the main indication of dermatological disorders. Consequently, dental specialists assume a significant job in the identification of rising dermatological pathologies. To be sure, an early determination can assume an unequivocal job in improving the nature of treatment procedures just as personal satisfaction. This can be acquired gratitude to explicit information on oral signs of dermatological disorders. In this review, we will give an idea about the diagnosis, treatment of various oral manifestations in dermatological diseases.