50 yr male pt Yesterday during tobacco chewing, hard palate injured, Nw What is the treatmnt

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Injury to hard palate Consider the extent of laceration and look for bleeder Also examine the depth of wound is it through and through nostril or sinuses Repair of wound under GA with hemostasis Broadspectrum antibiotics Gargales with betadine Locally hexigel and mucopain Liquid diet If laceration is superficial and insignificant leave as such Prescribe gargales with betadine And local application's Antibiotics Antiinflamatory

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The treatment options comprise sealing of the defect, either surgically or with a removable obturator, once the lesion has been seen to remain stable. The surgical technique is chosen according to the location and dimension of the lesion, the presence of infections and the general patient conditions.

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MANAGEMENT DEPENDS UPON.. SEVERITY OF INJURY.. CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT.. SURGICAL INTERVENTION.. BS..ANTIBIOTICS WITH..NSAIDS.. OINTMENT HEXIDINE.. INJECTION..TRAMADOL.. SURGEONS OPINION..

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There is no specific treatment for smoker's keratosis. If your dentist finds a keratosis during an exam, he or she will likely recommend that you stop smoking or at least reduce the amount that you smoke.

Asses extent and severity of injury Treat accordingly If req take oral surgeon or plastic surgeon opinion Stop tobacco chewing

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Stop tobacco chewing. It will heal on its own. May consider mouth wash Local laxonox ointment.

Repair by plastic surgeon & broken particles should be sent for HPE

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Stop tobacco Avoid hot and hard food Maintain oral hygiene HEXIGEL tds Antioxidant NSAIDS sos

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