Oral cancers are actually located both within the oral cavity and behind the mouth. It is a disease that can occur on the lips as well as on the back of the throat and tongue, which we call cancerous dental, dental, gingival, bony, oropharyngeal.
The majority of oral cancers occur over the age of 45 years, and men are twice as likely to develop.
Oral Cancers can be diagnosed at an early stage and if they are not treated, they can spread to cause permanent pain, loss of function, facial and mouth deformities that can not be corrected after treatment, or even deaths. It is also important to regularly visit the dentist in terms of early detection of oral cancer.
Oral cancer is likely to heal faster when treated early. A malignant lesion of 1 cm in diameter and 1 gram in weight, which is evaluated as an early diagnosis, contains 1 billion cells and this small mass occurs between 2.5 and 8.5 years on average. Therefore, the diagnosis of lesions below 1 cm is very important for treatment. It may be necessary to perform a number of reconstructive operations on the soft tissue or in the dee after surgery, or to replace the bones with prostheses. Patients whose mouths have been changed during treatment may need restorative dentistry, speech therapy and nutrition counseling. Psychological support may also be needed for people who change their speech or appearance after treatment, or for those who find the treatment particularly stressful.
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Working with optical (light) based fluorescence technology, OralID’s blue light allows your doctor to detect oral cancer, anterior cancers and other abnormal lesions early on. A lot of life can be saved on this count.
The OralID examination lasts about 2-5 minutes and allows your doctor to detect any abnormalities in the mouth that are not visible to the naked eye.
If you are 17 years old and over, you are recommended to have oral cancer screening every 6 months.
- HPV(Human Papilloma Virus)
- Age(40 age and over)
HPV Virus (Human Papilloma Virus / Human Wart Virus)
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a common, unspecified, skin-contact or sexually transmitted infectious variety of virus. Over 50% of people active in the sexual world all over the world are exposed to the HPV virus during their lifetime. This virus causes oral cancer.
Oral Cancer Symptoms
- Easily bleeding and non-healing wounds in the mouth
- White and red spots in the teeth, on the dildo and in the mouth
- Loss of sensation and numbness in any part of the mouth
- Jaw swelling that causes dentures to settle poorly
- Change at voice
- Difficulty chewing and swallowing
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