Frictional Keratosis of the Tongue: A Case Report

  • Sana Khaled
  • Satyanarayana Dantala
Keywords: Frictional Keratosis, Tongue, Denture, White lesion


Frictional keratosis is a reactive lesion that shows white lesion in the oral mucosa commonly associated with sharp margins of a broken tooth or ill-fitting dentures, it can be diagnosed by good history taking and good examination sometimes a biopsy should be taken and it is treated by removing the cause. It is also a common oral traumatic white lesion.


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Sana Khaled, & Satyanarayana Dantala. (2017). Frictional Keratosis of the Tongue: A Case Report. International Healthcare Research Journal, 1(3), 24-26. Retrieved from