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Sub Mucous Fibrosis
Hi,haveing sub mucous fibrosis from last three years,can't resist hot and spicy foods.Already consult with ENT and dental they assured nothing is serious.Now stop chewing guthka from last four months.Also have the white patches in the mouth.Plz suggest when shall i get rid of this dises permanantly?I am in dilema.
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See. The cause of your disease is gutka. So whatever treatment you were taking since the last 3 years, it wouldnt have acted effectively. It would have started effecting since the last four months, when you stopped the habit. So be patient and follow treatment protocol suggested by your dentist and ent. Nevertheless, surgery and laser are always the option for those white patches. Take antioxidant capsules, vitamin and lycopene rich syrup and you can apply corticosteroid ointment. You can do the exercises that your dentist must have told you to increase mouth opening. Dont panic. It takes time to get cured.
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eat carrots, tomatoes, green leafy vegetables as much as you can. leave the habit of gutka completely.
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You must consult an Oral Medicine expert advice who is a specialist in Mouth and Jaw diseases and cancer
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First u have to quit tobacco permanently......there are many treatment option for this....surgery is one option....laser is also good option for white patches
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