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Hi, About 5 months back I noted there is a white fibrous band or lesion (don’t know correctly) seen on my mouth specifically at pterygomandibular raha areas bilaterally. I can open my mouth but when I do that I feels like some thickness and dryness over that area. I can completely open my mouth, there is no trismus. I consulted a dentist and now taking SM Fibro. What I really have? Do I have Oral sub mucous fibrosis? Is there any serious issue? I don’t have any bad oral habits such as are nut chewing or smoking like that. I’m really afraid of this.

2 Doctors Answered
you can continue taking sm fibro for this.....in addition start opening your mouth by the two/three/finger technique......also your condition can be diagnosed by checking your oral cavity
After seeing your question it looks like either you are a dentist or you have google a lot.In general without any habit we don’t find sub mucous fibrosis cases, better you consult a dentist nearby and take proper treatment, surgical option is also there if needed.
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