Did you know that according to the American Cancer Society, the lifetime risk of developing oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer is 1 in 60 for men and 1 in 140 for women? While we’re not trying to make you worried, we believe that information is power and that it’s a good idea to know the basics of oral cancer so you manage any potential risk you may have of developing it. Read our blog post for details!
The earlier we catch oral cancer, the easier it is to cure it. That’s why oral cancer screenings at a dentist are so important. They are a preventative service and given each time you come in for a regular cleaning and exam. Read our blog post for a look at the warning signs of oral cancer.