Paraesthesia of the lip and chin area resolved by endodontic treatment: A case report and review of literature

British Dental Journal
W JerjesC Hopper


Lower lip numbness is a symptom that may be due to entirely benign causes, or it may be the first sign of a more sinister problem. It has been reported as being the sole symptom of pathological lesions and metastatic tumours in the mandible.


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