Oral Submucous Fibrosis is a chronic ailment nearly occurring solely among Indians and to a minor extent in the other Asiatic People. It is well known as a possibly fatal disorder that is connected principally with the use of arecanut in different forms. It is identified by swelling and increasing fibrosis of the submucosal tissue.
The cause of the condition involves many factors like nutritional insufficiencies and genetic methods.
OSMF is well known for its resistance and permanent nature. Being a premalignant ailment with debilitating results, no conventional treatment that has provided a total solution of symptoms is known to date. Various treatment modalities are available to treat this condition which involves a medicinal approach, surgical management, and physiotherapy. The treatment of subjects with oral submucous fibrosis depends on the quality of clinical involvement. If the disease is discovered at the very first stage, discontinuance of the habit is enough.
Moderate-to-severe oral submucous fibrosis is immutable. Medical treatment is significant and predominantly directed at developing mouth movements.
Steroids are used to treat people with mild oral submucous fibrosis, weekly submucosalintralesional doses or topical treatment of steroids may assist to stop more damage.
Medical management Includes
Gentle oral submucous fibrosis if the habit is stopped completely. Current modern-day medical therapies can make the mouth open to normal least levels of 30 mm mouth beginning with proper treatment.
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