oral cancer

What Causes Mouth Cancer?

By Dr. Anupreet Kaur Choudhury, Dentistry Oral or mouth cancer refers to the development of cancerous cells in the lips, throat, cheeks, tongue and sinuses which damage the adjacent tissues and do not tend to subside without appropriate surgical procedures or medications. If not diagnosed early, oral cancer can cause serious complications.…

Mouth Cancer – Signs You Need To Watch Out For!

By Dr. Sajjan Rajpurohit, Oncology Mouth or oral cancer is a type of cancer that may affect any part of mouth and occurs mostly in the tongue, the tissue lining the mouth and gums, inside the cheeks, area of the mouth underneath the tongue called the floor, roof of the mouth, lips,…

Oral Cancer – Know Its Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

  By Dr. Gaurav Sharma, Pain Management Oral or mouth cancer refers to the development of cancerous cells in the lips, throat, cheeks, tongue and sinuses which damage the adjacent tissues and do not tend to subside without appropriate surgical procedures or medications. If not diagnosed early, oral cancer can cause serious…

Know About Oral Cancer

By Dr. Premendra Goyal, Dentistry Oral or mouth cancer refers to the development of cancerous cells in the lips, throat, cheeks, tongue and sinuses which damage the adjacent tissues and do not tend to subside without appropriate surgical procedures or medications. If not diagnosed early, oral cancer can cause serious complications. Causes-…

All About Oral Cancer

By Dr. Prasad, Dentistry Oral cancer is defined as an uncontrolled growth of cancerous cells in the mouth; the condition first manifests as sores or abnormal growths in the mouth. Oral cancers also include cancers of the cheeks and the tongue. These cancers may also occur in the soft tissues of the…

Oral Cancer – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

By Dr. G.P. Dureja, Pain Management Oral or mouth cancer refers to the development of cancerous cells in the lips, throat, cheeks, tongue and sinuses which damage the adjacent tissues and do not tend to subside without appropriate surgical procedures or medications. If not diagnosed early, oral cancer can cause serious complications.…

Warning given by oncologists against virus responsible for oral cancer

The spread of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) during oral sex is very much possible which can cause cancer, a warning given by two oncologists. According to them, the HPV Virus, once transmitted, may remain inactive for years or may even get wiped out from your body, but it gradually becomes…