Patient quality of life is an increasingly common concept in the medical world, with the aim of integrating questionnaires on the patient’s self-perception of illness and life into therapeutic management. Among the oral mucosal diseases with the most significant impact on quality of life, premalignant and malignant lesions are distinguished, with a prognosis that can influence not only quality of life but also its duration . The majority of oral squamous cell carcinomas develop against the background of premalignant lesions of the oral cavity. A wide range of conditions have been implicated in the development of oral cancer, including leukoplakia, erythroplakia, oral lichen planus, actinic cheilitis, oral submucous fibrosis . Oral mucosal lesions adversely affect quality of life, functional limitation, physical disability and psychological disability leading to social isolation.