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Normal Pigmentation: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment

Normal Pigmentation: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment

Normal Pigmentation: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment Definition and etiology: Increased melanin production and deposition in the oral mucosa may often be a physiological finding, particularly in dark-skinned individuals. Clinical features: This type of pigmentation is persistent and symmetrical Clinically presents as asymptomatic black or brown areas of varying size. The gingiva is […]

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