After an Oral Cancer Diagnosis

After an Oral Cancer Diagnosis

Oral cancer is a broad category that includes all cancers of the lips, tongue, gums, and other parts of your mouth. While some individuals have an elevated risk for oral cancer, seeing a dentist regularly for screenings is the best way to protect yourself and ensure...
The Source of Oral Fungal Infections

The Source of Oral Fungal Infections

Your immune system is constantly fighting off invaders that can make you sick. While bacteria and viruses might first come to mind, fungi are also common culprits and can make their home inside your mouth when proper oral hygiene is neglected. Fortunately, the team at...
Different Types of Oral Lesions

Different Types of Oral Lesions

If you’ve noticed sore spots and irritation inside your mouth, you may be experiencing oral lesions. People can be affected by these sores for many reasons. Sometimes, they are related to a larger medical condition that requires treatment. Because of this,...

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