“Oral cancer, also called mouth cancer or oral cavity cancer is found on the tissue parts that make up the mouth. It’s commonly seen on the tongue, cheek lining, roof or floor of the mouth, gums, or lips. Sores that don’t heal, tongue pain, lumps/growths in the cheek lining, and difficulty chewing, or swallowing are symptoms of oral cancer.
Most oral cancers are squamous cell carcinomas and it’s usually more common for tobacco users to develop this type of cancer. In addition, chronic sun exposure and heavy alcohol usage can increase the risk of oral cancer.”
For more information about oral cancer, contact a helpful member of the Causenta team.
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