Oral adverse reactions due to cinnamon-flavoured chewing gums consumption.

@article{Calapai2014OralAR,
  title={Oral adverse reactions due to cinnamon-flavoured chewing gums consumption.},
  author={Gioacchino Calapai and Marco Miroddi and Caterina Mannucci and P L Minciullo and Santo Gangemi},
  journal={Oral diseases},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 7},
  pages={637-43}
}
Cinnamon-flavoured products (toothpaste, chewing gum, food, candy and mouthwash) can cause oral adverse reactions; among these, the most common is contact stomatitis (cinnamon contact stomatitis, CCS). Signs and symptoms of contact allergic reactions affecting the oral mucosa can mimic other common oral disorders, making diagnosis difficult. As CCS may be more prevalent than believed and its clinical features can frequently determine misdiagnosis, we reviewed case reports and case series of… CONTINUE READING
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