Our surgeons are able to diagnose and surgically treat cancer of the head, neck and mouth. Oral cancers are often found late in the development. You should have an oral cancer screening during your routine dental examinations. The following can be signs of the beginning of a pathological process or cancerous growth.
You should also perform a monthly self-exam and do not ignore suspicious lumps or sores. If you or your dentist discover something suspicious, make an appointment with an oral surgeon right away. Your mouth is one of the body’s most important warning systems.