It also causes sialosis
, taste impairment, dental caries and periodontal disease leading to teeth loss, oral infections like i-e; fungal infections and conditions like lichen planus, geographical tongue and fissured tongue.
Figure 2: Oral Lesions and Conditions Documented in Teledentistry Assessments Oral Lesions: * dental caries (initial and advanced) * mucocele * fibrous hyperplasia * leukoplakia * candida * ulceration * tongue lesions * fibro epithelial polyps * amalgam tattoos * denture granulomas and keratosis * orofacial granulomatosis * sialosis
* aphthous ulcer * epidermoid carcinoma * Pyogenic granuloma Malocclusions: * open bite * overjet * overbite * bilateral Class III molars * maxillary incisor irregularity * posterior crossbite Gingivitis Dental trauma Fractures Root canal orifices
6) With bilateral disease, considerations include sialosis
, sarcoid, systemic lupus erythematosis, and BLEL associated with either HIV or Sjogren's syndrome.