Oral cancers include cancer of the tissues in the mouth as well as the throat, neck, and even certain parts of the face. With over 10,000 people dying from oral cancer every year, getting screened by your dentist annually beginning at age 18 is essential.
Although dentists look for visual signs of oral cancer that manifest, including lesions in the mouth or throat as well as lumps in the face of neck, there are other, earlier signs or symptoms you may notice.
Be aware of these early signs of oral cancer and be sure to talk with your dentist or physician if you’re experiencing any of the following conditions.
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