In oral cancer, cancer cells or tissues are present in the oral cavity of the mouth. Oral cancer includes parts such as cheeks, lips, gums, salivary glands and floor of the mouth.

 This type of cancer only affects people over 45 years, but it can develop at any stage. Most oral cancers include throat, tongue and floor of the mouth. Throat cancer include the back of your mouth. A person affected by cancer of the mouth may have huge health risk if it is male or over 40 years. You can also get oral pathology & cancer screening in Vaughan from expert dental hygienists.

American Research Center says that nearly 30,000 people affected by mouth and throat cancer in the United States per year. According to the latest estimates from the United States about 7,000 people die from cancer of the throat and mouth.

Oral cancer can come from any part of the mouth as the primary lesion and can vary in type. They look very small in the microscope and malignant. They can spread easily to other parts. If oral cancer is detected at an early stage was successfully treated, but it is very difficult to identify because the early stages do not have any pain but just a toothache.

Mouth Cancer Symptoms

Here are some common symptoms of oral cancer:

You may experience bleeding gums and red or white patches on the gums. Lumps found on the lips, floor of the mouth, on the cheeks. Find it hard to chew or swallow.

Having sustained toothache and tooth loss. Bad breath and difficult to open the jaw. Lump in your neck. An illness is present in the mouth or tongue that does not heal quickly.