Posts Tagged ‘ oral cancer ’
Why Dental Implants Are Necessary
What would you do if you went to the dentist to get two or three teeth pulled, then woke up and realized that all of your teeth were pulled out? Sounds like a nightmare, right? It was a reality for a 21-year-old Indiana man who went to a dentist to get three painful teeth pulled. […]
Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk of Oral Cancer for Men
According to a recent study in the American Journal of Public Health, alcohol consumption causes approximately 20,000 cancer deaths in the U.S. each year, especially oral cancer in men. Cancers of the mouth, esophagus and throat were commonly alcohol-related and the cause of death for men, resulting in about 6,000 total deaths annually. It has […]
The Link Between Genes and Oral Cancer
Researchers are discovering the chromosomal link to oral cancer.
The Importance Of Oral Biopsies
Persistent mouth sores, changes in mouth color or abnormal growth of mouth tissue may indicate a medical problem.
Debunking The Link Between Mouthwash and Oral Cancer
After years of research the link between oral cancer and mouthwash just isn’t there.