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Mouth Cancer

Buccal Mucosa Cancer: A Comprehensive Guide to Early Detection and Intervention

Buccal mucosa is also known as oral cancer, which affects the inner lining of the cheeks, gums, and lips. This type of cancer is usually seen in people aged 50 or above. If it is not detected and treated early, it can lead to death.  Unfortunately, people do not want to hear or learn about the word cancer and that's the reason why most of them are still unaware of the signs and symptoms Read More

Mouth Cancer: The State-of-the-Art of Modern-Day Diagnosis and Treatment

Mouth cancer is a kind of cancer that starts developing in the mouth or throat tissues. It generally develops in the squamous cells of your mouth, lips and tongue. It is categorized under oral and oropharyngeal cancer and comes under a large cancer group referred to as head and neck cancers Read More

The Treatment of Oral Cancer: An Overview for Dental Professionals

Cancer is a broad term for a class of diseases characterized by the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Oral cancer is one of the cancers that specifically refers to cancer that develops in the mouth or throat. Though it is not as common as other types of cancer, it is still one of the most dangerous as it can be very difficult to detect in its early stages. Consulting a dental professional to help you identify the symptoms and proceed with Read More

What Is Tongue Cancer: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment?

Cancer is one of the most common diseases that people suffer from today. Out of the several types of cancer, tongue cancer also affects several people. Get an insight into what tongue cancer is, its causes, diagnosis and treatment procedures accessible at the best cancer hospitals.  What Is Tongue Cancer? When abnormal cells and tissues begin to divide and grow in an uncontrol... Read More

Eliminate Your Fears and Doubts About Mouth Cancer Treatment

Oral cancer is one of the scariest diseases to have. The number of affected people is high in men compared to women. According to a survey, the estimated number of oral cancer cases this year was around 55,000 in adults, with 38890 men being diagnosed with oral cancer. Have you ever wondered why? Well, this shouldn't surprise you with more men addicted to smoking and tobacco being the victims of oral cancer.  The cigarette tar that builds up in the mouth is wha... Read More

Role of Brachytherapy in Treatment of Oral Tongue Cancer

The tongue may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about the body's major organs. But like other organs, it is also susceptible to cancer. There are various types of cancer, each with its own signs and symptoms, and each can vary in severity depending on the aggressiveness of cancer. During the initial stages of cancer, there may not be any symptoms. This is one of the reasons why it is important to get tested as early as possible when you realise any abnormalities in the tongue. Doctors say that most cancers t... Read More

Treatment Options for Mouth Cancer by Stage

Mouth cancer or oral tumours can affect various structures in the mouth such as the mucosa palate floor of the mouth, tongue, lips, gums and bones. There are various triggers or carcinogenic agents such as tobacco, alcohol, radiation and human papillomavirus, which can cause mouth cancer. Mouth cancer occurs when carcinogenic agents act on cells altering their genetic material producing a mutation. These damaged cells can divide and multiply excessively in the body. Normally, the body controls the division and growth of cells, but ... Read More

What is the Survival Rate of Oral Cancer?

Every year, there's an increase in the number of patients diagnosed with oral cancer. This is mainly because of the lack of information people have about oral hygiene.  Most people in India do not even care about oral hygiene; unhealthy habits like drinking too much alcohol, tobacco, and smoking are the causes of oral cancer.  Oral cancer occurs in 1 to 8 cases in men and 5 to 14 in women. Well, the situation can be co... Read More

How Do You Know If You Have Cancer of the Tongue?

Tongue cancer is a form of cancer that starts in the cells of the tongue. There can be a tumor or lesion on the tongue due to this kind of cancer. It comes under the category of head & neck cancer. There are two types of tongue cancer: Oropharyngeal Cancer - This type of tongue cancer starts at the outer side of the tongue. Oral Tongue Can... Read More

What are the Survival Rates of Tongue Cancer?

What is Tongue Cancer? Tongue cancer is a type of mouth cancer, which develops in the cells of the tongue. Tongue cancer treatment has different stages and grades. The stage indicates how far cancer escalates, i.e., first stage, second stage, etc, while the grade implies how aggressive the cancer is, i.e., low, moderate, and high. It can be further categorized into two types:  Read More

Where Does Oral Cancer Spread to and What are Its Stages?

Oral cancer develops in the tissues of the throat and the mouth. To be precise, the squamous cells in the mouth, lips and tongue are affected by cancer.  Most cases of oral cancer are only detected after cancer has spread to the lymph nodes located in the neck. Early diagnosis is key to a higher chance of success when it comes to battling oral cancer.  Oral cancers can be of many types depending on the affected area. S... Read More

An Alternative Flap In a Patient of Cerebrovascular Accident with Oral Cancer

64 years old hypertensive, post CVA male patient (on blood thinners since Sept 2020) presented with nonhealing ulcer right lateral aspect of lower lip mucosa (pT4N2M0) which was diagnosed as well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma. He was planned for partial glossectomy, neck dissection and free flap reconstruction. The neurosurgeon had given clearance on high risk due to increased chances of intracranial bleed in view of the multiple microbleeds/ calcifications in B/L cerebral and cerebellar region... Read More

Learn Risk Factors for Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Cancers

Mouth cancer is nothing new in India as this country is one of the biggest consumers and producers of tobacco products. Although the government has taken huge steps to prevent the disease, they can’t really control people’s behavior.  However, there are a few things, which when taken care of, can decrease the chances of a person getting oral cancer. These are the risk factors that you can avoid in your day-to-day life to decrease your chances of getting aff... Read More

Why Should You Go For Oral Cancer Screening?

People usually end up being careless when it comes to dental checkups. However, visiting the dentist every six months might not be that difficult for any. Going for regular dental checkups and cleanings is necessary, and you must start taking care of it now.  India has the best cancer hospitals in the world that provides affordable and quality treatment. This is one of the major... Read More

Treatment For Tongue Cancer At The Earliest

Tongue cancer is a form of cancer that affects the tongue and surrounding regions of the mouth. It is prevalent in India, and approximately ten lakh patients are diagnosed with this form of cancer every year.  It is most common in individuals between the ages of 30 and 35; however, it is not uncommon in people of other ages. In some rare cases, tongue cancer can accompany patients for a lifetime. If spotted earlier, treatment is possible, and the condition can ... Read More

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