Treatment of Fordyce's granule

 # If one of your patient is having Fordyce’s granules in his buccal mucosa, what will be your line of treatment?
A. Excision
B. No treatment needed
C. Topical application of steroids
D. Surgery followed by radiotherapy

The correct answer is B. No treatment needed. 

Ref: Shafer's Textbook of Oral Pathology, page no. 25. These glands are innocuous, have no clinical or functional significance, and require no treatment. However, very rarely a benign sebaceous gland adenoma may develop from these intraoral structures.

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