Mouth Syndrome (BMS) is a chronic oro-facial pain disorder that affects both
genders, but predominately with higher female predilection. The condition is characterized
by burning sensation present over the
oral mucosa and tongue, with no definable clinical signs. The etiology for BMS
is not clear cut, so does the quality of treating the condition is hampered.
The present paper reviews the etiology, pathophysiology, diagnostic criteria’s
and treatment modalities in treating BMS which poses as a great challenge for
the oral physicians.
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