Amalgam stains - Image


Amalgam stains

Amalgam stains. Dark, even black colour in the buccal mucous membrane is most commonly due to amalgam tattoo (A). The yellowish spots (F) seen in the picture are normal variants of sebaceous glands (Fordyce spots).

Picture: Raimo Suhonen

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