Oral lichen planus is a T-cell interceded immune system ailment in which the auto-cytotoxic CD8+ T cells start apoptosis of the basal cells of the oral epithelium. Oral lichen planus (LIE-kun PLAY-nus) is a chronic (unending) provocative condition that influences mucous films inside your mouth. Oral lichen planus may show up as white, elegant patches; red, swollen tissues; or open bruises. These lacerations may bring about itching, aching or other restlessness.
Oral lichen planus influences around 1-2% of the general grown-up populace, in spite of the fact that the commonness of the malady is obscure in numerous ranges. Oral lichen planus is a typical noninfectious oral mucosal issue among grown-up patients who go to oral pathology and oral solution facilities.