It is rare that Lichen Planus may turn into Cancer.

Patients with Oral Lichen Planus may be suggested biopsy if the lesions are resistant to treat.

If you suppress Lichen Planus by cortisone, you are likely to have more severe Lichen Planus.

It can spread from skin to mouth and genitals. This observation is based on Dr Shah’s extensive experience

Lichen Planus can affect skin, mouth, genitals, nails and scalp.

The duration of treatment may depend on the extent of the disease. Lichen Planus only on the skin is easier to treat than one on skin + mouth + genitals.

At Life Force, we have treated even Oral Surgeon having Oral Lichen Planus.

Doctors of many specialties have been treated at Life Force for various diseases

Lichen Planus Testimonials

K. V., USA

I am very satisfied at this point and am happy with my treatment. The spots on the neck are almost invisible now. Steady and consistent improvement since the start and over the last 4 months. I am very happy and leading a peaceful life. Also, my family life is going smoothly. I am also very confident that the treatment I am undergoing is the right one and dont have to worry much.

W. H., USA

My treatment for lichen planus has been sucessful, i havent had any recurrences since my treatment.

M. R., Mexico

The lichen planus is improving. My finger nails are getting better.

V. T., USA

The medicine has worked well. I have had improvement. I have not had any new outbreaks and the scars are fading gradually.

Monalisa Sharma, India

My name is Monalisa Sharma and I have been suffering from Lichen Planus. I visited many skin specialists but my disease only increased and then through net I found Life Force Center. When I came for the first visit my disease was so severe that it was difficult to even wear clothes. It’s been 2 years that I have bee taking medicines at Life Force and I have got fantastic results up to 95%. Click here to view original testimonial
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Patricia Benham, USA

We have been very busy with family affairs. With all these bad things happening all at once, it seems, i am doing very well with my lichen planus. I continue to improve over time and can now at least brush my teeth without constant pain and agony. Also i have less and less flare ups and intensity.I may be at this time about 70% better since i started your medicine. i'm not even sure how long ago it was when i first signed up but its given me my life back. Thanks so very much for your help.

N. P., USA

I have responded fairly well to the medication. I see about 10-15 % improvement in some areas on my face. The disease has not spread at all and I see about a 10-15% of spots being lightened on my face.


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A 65-year-old male patient from Shimla, Mr. P.P. (PIN: 42476) started online homeopathic treatment in January 2020 for his complaint of oral lichen planus.  
He was suffering from it for the last 3-4 months. The redness and hyperpigmented spots were present on his tongue and the inner.....Read more


A 5-Year-Old Kid’s Relief In Lichen Planus Improved By 65% In Just 4 Months With Homeopathy

A 5-year-old-male child (PIN: 43472) started online treatment at Life Force Homeopathy for his complaints of Lichen Planus on 6th August 2020. He was suffering from a skin condition.....Read more

What is Lichen Planus? 

Lichen Planus is a chronic autoimmune non-contagious disease of the skin and mucous membrane which causes inflammation of the skin cells leading to flat purplish skin lesions that are itchy and can cause bleeding after scratching. It results due to immunolog.....Read more

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