Category: Oral Pathology

Fissured tongue: Causes and treatment

A person’s tongue is generally flat and free of significant grooves. Fissured tongue causes a person to develop one or more grooves on the top portion of their tongue. Fissured tongue is neither contagious nor painful. However, other conditions, such as geographic tongue or food caught in the groove, can

Ameloblastoma

Ameloblastoma: Symptoms Causes and Radiographic feature of Jaw tumor

Overview Ameloblastoma is a rare, noncancerous tumor of the jaw. Adamantinoma and Adamantoblastoma are the synonyms of this tumor. The name is derived from Amel meaning teeth and Blastos meaning germ. This tumor is frequently seen in the lower jaw, close to wisdom tooth or molar. What causes Ameloblastoma? The