Clinical and Radiographic Findings

The patient reported progressive development of white/pink papillary and flat spongy lesions occurring throughout the oral cavity, including the lips, bilateral buccal mucosa and vestibule, gingiva and palate. These lesions are not painful but some become trapped between teeth while eating, making it very difficult to chew. The papillary lesions are pedunculated while the spongy lesions are flat and sessile, involving most of the gingiva and palate.