😥The Struggle During my Undergrad days, I used to struggle with diagnosing oral lesions (clinically).
Sjogren's syndrome (SS) is an autoimmune, chronic inflammatory disease affecting exocrine glands, primarily the salivary and lacrimal glands. It is…
As the tooth starts to move upward and erupts through the oral mucosa, the reduced enamel epithelium fuses with the overlying oral epithelium to form…
Periodontitis refers to the inflammation of the supporting periodontal tissues surrounding the tooth.
Under certain conditions, the host may elicit an exaggerated or an inappropriate immune response to a foreign antigen causing much damage to host…
There are so many histopathology terms a student may need to get acquainted to. Here’s a snippet of one such histopathology term - “Rete Ridges”. 
Candidiasis is one of the most common opportunistic mycotic infection. Candida albicans known primarily to cause the disease, is a normal inhabitant of…
Gingiva is that portion of the oral mucosa that surrounds and is attached to the cervical portions of the teeth and the alveolar bone. 
Cemento-ossifying fibroma is a tumor where there is proliferation of cellular (fibroblasts) fibrous tissue along with calcifications.
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The development and growth of teeth is a complex process of interactions between the primitive oral epithelium and the underlying ectomesenchymal cells…
Calcifying odontogenic cyst (COC) is a cystic lesion which histologically shows an ameloblastomatous lining along with ghost cells and focal…