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Minerva Stomatologica 2000 April;49(4):169-78

Copyright © 2000 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: Italian

Burning mouth syndrome. Clinical experience on 75 patients

Vescovi P., Manfredi M., Savi A., Fazzi M., Bonanini M.


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The burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a very common disorder frequently seen in practical dentistry. It is a particular condition with a complex of strange burning sensation localized in the oral mucosa which is clinically normal. It is very important for the dentist to recognize and classify this particular syndrome in order to exclude other factors which can cause the same symptoms. On the basis of personal experience on 75 patients, the complex management of this particular group of patients has been evaluated to make a right diagnosis and a correct treatment.

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