Tag: Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia

Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia – Inflammatory papillomatosis

Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia – Inflammatory papillomatosis

Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia – Inflammatory papillomatosis Clinical features: The hard palate and maxillary gingiva are by far the most common sites but papillomatosis may occasionally be seen in other areas In almost all cases, it is associated with an ill-fitting denture. The palatal vault is commonly involved and it has a granular, multinodular appearance that […]

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