Oral Cancer - Mouth, Throat, Tongue and Neck Cancer
Oral cancer is deadly, and you might not even know you have it if you don't visit your dentist on a regular basis. These facts will explain how serious and deadly oral cancer is.
Oral Cancer - An Overview of Oral Head, Neck and Throat Cancer and the Risk Factors, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention.
Early detection of oral cancer could save your life. The FDA-approved VELscope can detect oral cancer that the naked eye can't see.
Describes the dental problems associated with smoking and other uses of tobacco including cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco and hookah water pipes.
Good oral hygiene is important, not only for looks, but for general health as well. Poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems such as gum disease, infection, bone loss, heart disease and more. Regular check ups and cleanings can prevent these problems as well as provide you with good oral hygiene.
These dental facts will help you learn how to prevent dental problems from happening to you.
Our guide to Cancer, Lisa Fayed, offers this excellent list of oral cancer symptoms.
Our Guide to Smoking Cessation, Terry Martin, asks, "How Much do You Know about Oral and Head and Neck Cancer?"
Terry Martin provides detailed information about oral and head and neck cancer.
This touching story, provided by our guide to Smoking Cessation, Terry Martin, is a personal story written about a lady named Marlene, who was diagnosed with oral cancer.
Find out how oral sex could be related to oral cancer.
These pictures of oral Cancer are very graphic and show how different types of oral cancer can look.
Did you know that someone dies of oral cancer every hour of every day in the United States alone? This serious disease is often highly curable if diagnosed early. These Oral Cancer Self Examination Tips will show you how to examine yourself for signs of oral cancer.
According to The Oral Cancer Foundation, someone dies from oral cancer every hour of every day in the United States alone. The National Institutes of Health reports that scientists may soon be able to detect signs of oral cancer from saliva samples. Oral Cancer is highly curable if detected in its early stages.
The Oral Cancer Foundation provides complete information about oral cancer.
According to Lex18.com, a new study by researchers at Ohio State's James Cancer Hospital shows that black raspberries may prevent oral cancer. While lab tests showed that black raspberries reduced the size of tumors in the mouth by 44 percent, there is still one problem.