INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE ORAL MUCOSA USING LASER THERAPY

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Burxonova Zarafruz Qobilovna

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Among dermatoses, the manifestations of which are observed on the oral mucosa (OM), lichen planus (LP) is often found - a disease characterized by a rash of small polygonal forms of keratinized papules [1]. Skin lesions are characterized by a rash of flat, pinkish-bluish polygonal papules 0.2–1.0 cm in diameter with an umbilical depression in the center, localized mainly on the flexor surfaces of the limbs and trunk. The morphological element in the oral cavity are whitish-pearl (as if with a polished surface) or grayish-white papules, more common on the buccal mucosa, lateral surfaces of the tongue, in the area of the floor of the mouth, less often on the mucous membrane of the gums.

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