Corresponding author:Sumit Bhateja, Reader(MDS), Department of Oral Medicine Diagnosis & Radiology, College of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Indore, India
Received: July 19, 2017; Published: August 01, 2017
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Recurrent intraoral herpes (RIH) appears to be an infrequent problem. The lesions of RIH are characteristic and can usually be distinguished from others. The lesions of intra oral herpes may persist and be very serious in patients with a compromised immune system. Here we present a case of recurrent intraoral herpes infection in a young female which is uncommon.