Leukoplakia

Last Updated: August 18 2022

Leukoplakia is the appearance of noncancerous thickened, white patches that form on the gums, insides of the cheeks, bottom of the mouth, and the tongue. Chronic tobacco use is a potential cause of leukoplakia.

Leukoplakia falls under theOral Healthcategory.

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