Leukoedema: Abnormality of the Buccal Mucosa which clinically resembles Leukoplakia . Differential Diagnosis: White spongy Nevus Frictional Keratosis Witkop’s Disease Clinical Features: Early stage: Filmy opalescence of the mucosa Later stages: Grayish-white cast with a coarsely wrinkled surface Location: Most of buccal mucosa extending onto the Lips, Seen noticeable along the occlusal line in bicuspid [&hellip