New Patients Accepted (954) 966-6410

Archive for the ‘Oral Cancer’ Category

What to Expect From an Oral Cancer Screening At Your Dentist

 

Every hour, someone in America dies from oral cancer. That’s over 9,500 deaths in one year from just one type of cancer. In 2020, 50,000 more will be diagnosed.

 

These numbers are rising, and experts aren’t sure why.…

April Is Oral Cancer Awareness Month — Have You Been Checked Lately?

April Is Oral Cancer Awareness Month -- Have You Been Checked Lately?

 

April is oral cancer awareness month. While oral cancer is not one of the most well-known cancers, it’s important to understand just how serious it can be — and how common it is.…

How Your Dentist Can Find (and Maybe Even Prevent) Oral Cancer
Posted By: Staff Writer

How Your Dentist Can Find (and Maybe Even Prevent) Oral Cancer

 

Cancer screenings are typically a routine part of any medical visit, whether you are going for a general physical or seeing a specialized doctor. In fact, if you visit a dentist regularly, you may be going for a cancer screening without even knowing it.…

What are the Most Common Dental Problems for Adults?
Posted By: Staff Writer

What are the Most Common Dental Problems for Adults?

If you experience a dental problem this year, it’s likely to be on this list. Here are some of the most common dental problems for adults.

Sores on Cheeks, Gums, or Lips

 

Sores that appear on your lips or near your nose and chin are called cold sores or fever blisters.…

Did You Know Your Trip to the Dentist Can Double as a Cancer Screening?
Posted By: Staff Writer

Did You Know Your Trip to the Dentist Can Double as a Cancer Screening

Regular cancer screenings should be a part of everyone’s health agenda. Early detection and prevention are essential to leading a cancer-free life.

 

There are several different ways to screen for cancer since it can exist throughout the body: mammograms and colonoscopies, for example.…