White lesions of the oral mucosa

Symptoms and syndromes in photos

Main » Dentistry » White lesions of the oral mucosa

White lesions of the oral mucosa.

Photo 1. White lesions of the oral mucosa.

Contents:

Leukoplakia

Homogeneous leukoplakia.

Photo 2. Homogeneous leukoplakia.

Speckled leukoplakia.

Photo 3. Speckled leukoplakia.

Hairy leukoplakia.

Hairy leukoplakia.

Photo 4. Hairy leukoplakia.

Lichen Planus.

Lichen planus of the buccal mucosa: reticular form.

Photo 5. Lichen planus of the buccal mucosa: reticular form.

Lichen planus, papular and reticular forms, of the buccal mucosa.

Photo 6. Lichen planus, papular and reticular forms, of the buccal mucosa.

Lichen planus of the dorsum of the tongue: hypertrophic form.

Photo 7. Lichen planus of the dorsum of the tongue: hypertrophic form.

7

Photo 8. Lichen planus, pigmented form, of the buccal mucosa.

Lichenoid Reactions.

Lichenoid reaction to dental amalgam and cold

Photo 9. Lichenoid reaction to dental amalgam and cold: white and erythematous lesions on the buccal mucosa.

Lichenoid drug reaction to allopurinol

Photo 10. Lichenoid drug reaction to allopurinol: white hyperkeratotic lesions and superficial erosions on the sides of the tongue.

Linea Alba.

Linea Alba

Photo 11. Linea Alba.

Nicotinic Stomatitis

11

Photo 12. Nicotinic stomatitis.

Uremic Stomatitis.

Uremic stomatitis, whitish-gray pseudomembranes on the tongue and floor of the mouth

Photo 13. Uremic stomatitis, whitish-gray pseudomembranes on the tongue and floor of the mouth.

Uremic stomatitis

Photo 14. Uremic stomatitis, white hyperkeratotic lesions mimic hairy leukoplakia on the lateral border of the tongue.

Cinnamon Contact Stomatitis.

Cinnamon contact stomatitis

Photo 15. Cinnamon contact stomatitis, white lesion on the ventral surface of the tongue.

15

Photo 16. Cinnamon contact stomatitis, severe white lesions on the lateral border of the tongue.

Chemical Burn.

phenol burn

Photo 17. Phenol burn.

trichloroacetic acid burn

Photo 18. Trichloroacetic acid burn.

aspirin burn

Photo 19. Aspirin burn.

Candidiasis.

pseudomembranous candidiasis on the palate

Photo 20. Pseudomembranous candidiasis on the palate.

nodular candidosis

Photo 21. Nodular candidiasis.

Chronic Biting.

Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis

Photo 22. Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis: multiple lesions on the tongue.

Chronic biting of the buccal mucosa.

Photo 23. Chronic biting of the buccal mucosa.

Geographic Tongue.

geographic stomatitis

Photo 24. Geographic stomatitis.

geographic tongue, localized lesion

Photo 25. Geographic tongue, localized lesion.

geographic tongue, with a prominent whitish border

Photo 26. Geographic tongue, with a prominent whitish border.

Hairy Tongue.

hairy tongue

Photo 27. Hairy tongue.

hairy tongue too

Photo 28. Hairy tongue too.

hairy tongue (3)

Photo 29. Hairy tongue (3).

Furred tongue.

furred tongue

Photo 30. Furred tongue.

Materia Alba of the Gingiva.

white plaques on the attached gingiva and the alveolar mucosa

Photo 31. White plaques on the attached gingiva and the alveolar mucosa, caused by materia alba accumulation.

Fordyce’s Granules.

fordyce’s granules on the buccal mucosa

Photo 32. Fordyce’s granules on the buccal mucosa.

Leukoedema.

leukoedema of the buccal mucosa

Photo 33. Leukoedema of the buccal mucosa.

White Sponge Nevus.

white sponge nevus of the buccal mucosa

Photo 34. White sponge nevus of the buccal mucosa.

Dyskeratosis congenita.

dyskeratosis congenita

Photo 35. Dyskeratosis congenita, leukoplakia, and verrucous carcinoma of the dorsal surface of the tongue.

Pachyonychia congenita.

pachyonychia congenita

Photo 36. Pachyonychia congenita: grayish-white lesion on the buccal mucosa.

Focal Palmoplantar and Oral Mucosa Hyperkeratosis Syndrome.

focal palmoplantar hyperkeratosis

Photo 37. Focal palmoplantar hyperkeratosis.

focal palmoplantar and oral mucosa hyperkeratosis syndrome

Photo 38. Focal palmoplantar and oral mucosa hyperkeratosis syndrome: hyperkeratosis of the attached gingiva.

Papilloma.

papilloma of the buccal mucosa

Photo 39. Papilloma of the buccal mucosa.

Verrucous Carcinoma.

early verrucous carcinoma of the buccal mucosa

Photo 40. Early verrucous carcinoma of the buccal mucosa.

Squamous-Cell Carcinoma.

early squamous-cell carcinoma, presenting as a white plaque.

Photo 41. Early squamous-cell carcinoma, presenting as a white plaque.

Skin and Mucosal Grafts.

mucosal graft

Photo 42. Mucosal graft.

skin graft presenting as a white plaque on the lateral border of the tongue

Photo 43. Skin graft presenting as a white plaque on the lateral border of the tongue.

Epithelial Peeling.

mucosal peeling

Photo 44. Mucosal peeling.

Mucosal peeling (2)

Photo 45. Mucosal peeling (2).

 


» Cheilitis
» Cobblestone appearance of oral mucosa
» White lesions of the oral mucosa
» Gingival hyperplasia
» Gingivitis
» Leukoplakia
» Lip lesions, pigmented
» Lips, swollen
» Oral mucosa, blue pigmentation
» Oral mucosa, cysts
» Oral mucosa, hyperpigmentation
» Oral mucosa, papules and nodules
» Oral mucosa, ulceration
» Teeth, abnormalities
» Tongue, englarged (macroglossia)
» Tongue, hyperpigmentation
» Tongue, multilobulated
» Tongue nodule
» Tongue, red
» Tongue, scrotal
» Tongue, ulcers
» Oral candidiasis
» Hairy tongue
» Geographic tongue


Nikolay Kushpela medical-photographs.com 2017