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candidiasis 1. Mycelex troches 2. Diflucan 3. Nystatin rinse
minor apthous ulceration 1. Lidex gel 2. Diprolene ointment 3. 0.5 mg/mL dexamethasone solution
major apthous ulceration 1. Kenacort tablets 2. 5 mg/mL dexamethasone solution
herpetiform apthous ulceration 1. Lidex gel 2. Diprolene ointment
herpangina 1. Ibuprofen 2. Sucrets with dyclonine
hand, foot, and mouth disease 1. Ibuprofen 2. Sucrets with dyclonine
Behcets syndrome Refer to a dermatologist
primary herpes infection 1. Ibuprofen 2. Tetracaine lollipops 3. Acyclovir if within 3 days of ulcers
secondary herpes 1. Valtrex during prodrome and before dental treatment 2. Denver after bubbles appear
herpes zoster Valtrex *no NSAIDs
erythema multiforme Ultrapotent dexamethasone solution (5 mg/mL)
necrotizing sialometaplasia No treatment
lichen planus No treatment if asymptomatic 1. Tacrolimus rinse 2. Temovate gel 3. Referred for systemic Prelone therapy
pemphigoid 1. Systemic tetracycline/niacinamide and Temovate gel 2. Refer for Rituximab therapy
pemphigus Refer to dermatologist for Rituximab therapy
lupus erythematosis Refer to dermatologist
median rhomboid glossitis Mycelex troches
erythema migrans 1. Lidex gel 2. Benadryl
angular cheilitis Clotrimazole cream
Created by: aharnold