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Fri, Feb 22 12:57pm · Erosive oral lichen planus in Autoimmune Diseases

If you're on the East Coast I highly recommend Dr.'s Mieller and Garber at the University of Maryland Dental School in Baltimore. They helped me a great deal and I have my oral lesions under control by using clobetasol creme. We had trays made, not unlike retainers, that extend onto my gums. I apply the creme, cover my teeth and gums with the trays and do this for 15 min twice a day. It works!

Thu, Feb 21 12:53pm · Erosive oral lichen planus in Autoimmune Diseases

I have seen specialists all over the country and New Zealand. One of the best doctors I've encountered was Joanna Badger at Stanford Medical Center. Here is a link to her information -https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/b/joanna-badger.html?ecid=glocalsearch-ls-google-doctor-all-JoannaBadger

Good luck. As mentioned in this discussion group frequently, clobetasol applied topically helps and dexamethasone mouth rinse helps. Steriods cause many other problems and I will not take them any longer. I'm 69, was diagnosed when I was 30.