Editorial Oral Medicine|Articles in Press

The WONDER Project

Published:March 02, 2023DOI:
      The spectrum of conditions managed by Oral Medicine specialists is wide and includes, amongst others, ulcerative and vesiculobullous diseases of the oral cavity, orofacial neuropathies, salivary gland disorders, oral complications from cancer therapy, and oral potentially malignant disorders, which may cause severe morbidity and mortality1. Due to the chronicity of many of these conditions, the primary management strategy of most treatments are typically symptomatic in nature and not curative. The risk-benefit balance for all treatments should be considered before commencement, and ideally be accompanied by high-quality evidence base to support the decisions made by clinicians.
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