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Denture induced Stomatitis

Denture induced Stomatitis is an infection of oral mucosa caused by fungus in the area covered by a denture. It usually occurs in the upper jaw.

Photograph of denture induced Stomatitis of the upper jaw.

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Management

If the denture doesn't fit well, you should go to a dentist for adjustment or replacement.

Last revision date: 18 January 2012