Oral Fibroma (Traumatic Fibroma - Irritation Fibroma)
Oral Fibroma - Definition, Symptoms, Treatment
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What is Oral Fibroma?
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The terms "traumatic fibroma" or "irritation fibroma" are used synonymously. ("traumatic fibroma in the mouth", "traumatic fibroma in the tongue" or "traumatic fibroma in the cheek").
In rare cases, fibroma patients have epithelial dysplasia due to the effect of HPV virus on the upper surface of the fibroma. The highlighted information in the case report of "Oral fibroma with HPV-associated epithelial dysplasia: even in fibromas you should look for the unexpected ":
Causes of Oral Fibroma
Symptoms of Oral Fibroma
Symptoms of traumatic fibroma include:
• The nodule is typically smaller than 2 cm (may be larger in size) and normally grows slowly and slowly.
• The skin on the nodule may be brownish-red to white, but is usually pink and in the mouth mucosa.
• The masses are generally well-circumscribed, light hard and smooth surface.
• Most fibromas are asymptomatic; However, in others, a wide range of behavior is observed.
Traumatic fibromas may develop as new growth occurs between weeks and months.
What Are The Risk Factors For Traumatic Fibroma? (Predisposing Factors)
• Familial fibromatosis
• fibrotic papillary hyperplasia from the palate
• Tuberous sclerosis
• Multiple hamartoma syndrome (Multiple hamartoma syndrome - Cowden's disease)
• Improper oral mouth prostheses
It is important to note that having a risk factor does not mean that the person will get the situation. A risk factor increases the risk of fibroma development compared to an individual without risk factors. Some risk factors are more important than others
Treatment Options for Oral Fibroma
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