Smoking and Oral Cancer

December 2, 2017

Oral cancer is a cancer that develops within the mouth or oral cavity. But it doesn’t just affect the mouth, it can involve the lips, tongue, throat, salivary glands, pharynx, larynx and sinuses. There are many factors that can cause oral cancer, but smoking is one of the biggest lifestyle choices that can increase the risk of disease. The Mouth Cancer Foundation found that 90%...
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Jaw Surgery, also known as Orthognathic Surgery, is a corrective surgery which is performed in order to realign the structure of a jaw. This surgery can seem frightening and intense but is actually a very useful surgery, having many benefits which would result in the improvement of your lifestyle in a few different ways. Today we are going to discuss a few of the top...
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Bone grafting has become so common, most patients have encountered the term at least once before entering our office. But delving deeper into some of the additional types of bone grafting will give you a better appreciation of this amazing procedure. What is Bone Grafting? Bone grafting is the process of using natural or synthetic materials to encourage your body to grow new bone. Your...
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If you are looking for an alternative to dentures and would like to replace your missing teeth, dental implants may be for you. Dental implants are a popular long-term method for restoring your smile. Many people decide to get dental implants after they have experienced loss of teeth due to variety of reasons. Dental implants give you back your freedom from missing teeth. Who gets...
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About 90% of people need to get their wisdom teeth removed. While this procedure is most common in teens and young adults when wisdom teeth first develop, it can be performed at any age if teeth are causing problems. If you are a part of that 90%, you might be wondering what the steps are post-surgery. Taking it easy and getting a lot of rest...
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