April 8, 2019
Oral cancer occurs as a persistent sore in the mouth. With this cancer type, there is malignant growth in the cheeks, tongue, lips, soft and hard palate, floor of the mouth, and tonsils. This guide will help you learn the different treatment options for oral cancer as shared by our doctor.
Oral cancer occurs as a persistent or new sore in the mouth. Oral cancer is more common in men as compared to women. Additionally, people under the age of 40 have very fewer chances of having this type of cancer. In most cases, dentists are the first healthcare professionals who will diagnose this cancer type. If you are facing any such issue or have any doubt then make sure to consult the cancer doctor right away. When you visit our cancer hospital, our doctor will make sure to diagnose your condition and let you know which treatment plan will suit you the best.
Symptoms of Oral cancer
Our oncologist will give you the treatment according to the symptoms you are having. Some of them include:
- swelling, bumps, crusts, or eroded areas on the gums, lips, or inside