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Oral Cancer is getting quite common these days as the number of tobacco products is increasing. Plus, the unhealthy lifestyle is at a high pace; the chance of suffering from mouth cancer is quite high.
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Cancer is the uncontrollable growth of cells, which is likely to cause damage to the tissues in the surrounding area.
How does Oral Cancer begin?
It begins as a sore in the mouth, which becomes incurable. The likely area in which it appears is lips, tongue, cheeks, the bottom of the mouth, sinuses, and pharynx.
It begins with minor swellings or thickenings of the skin.
Sufferers witness lumps or bumps.
Eroded areas or Rough spots on the lips, gums, inside the mouth, is another sign of oral cancer
Unrecognizable bleeding from the mouth.
Red or white gluey speckled patches.
Pain and Tenderness on the face, neck, or mouth
Difficulty in chewing or swallowing
Generally, people who smoke a cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoking have six times more chances to develop oral cancer.
Nevertheless, the people who directly intake the tobacco are 50 times more likely to have the disease in the cheeks, gums, lips, or inner lining.
The dentist begins by conducting an oral cancer screening exam. If the doctor finds any sore or lumps or above told signs and symptoms, then he/she will proceed for biopsy and further procedure.