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What techniques and technologies are available against oral cancer?
14 doctors weighed in

Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Radiation Oncology
7 doctors agree
In brief: Depends of the stage
The treatment that is recommended for oral cancer really depends on the stage of the cancer. However, all of the three main treamtne modalities (surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy) can be used the management of oral cancer. It really depends on the clinical circumstances.

In brief: Depends of the stage
The treatment that is recommended for oral cancer really depends on the stage of the cancer. However, all of the three main treamtne modalities (surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy) can be used the management of oral cancer. It really depends on the clinical circumstances.
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
Dr. Mitchell Kamrava
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Dr. Babak Jouhari
Dentistry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Depends
Depends on type and the stage of the oral cancer.
It's important to have a regular check up with your dentist early diagnosis improves the effectiveness of cancer treaent. The treatment is in general surgical removal radiation and chimo.

In brief: Depends
Depends on type and the stage of the oral cancer.
It's important to have a regular check up with your dentist early diagnosis improves the effectiveness of cancer treaent. The treatment is in general surgical removal radiation and chimo.
Dr. Babak Jouhari
Dr. Babak Jouhari
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Dr. Abel Loredo
Dentistry
3 doctors agree
In brief: Oral cancer
There are several ways to find and diagnose oral cancer, but the best way to prevent it is to stop smoking, stop drinking alcohol, and stop chewing tobacco.
Specially chewing tobacco! the constant exposure of your oral tissues to the irritants and carcinogens in tobacco is responsible for most of the oral cancer we see in the mouth. Stop now and save yourself a lot of grief.

In brief: Oral cancer
There are several ways to find and diagnose oral cancer, but the best way to prevent it is to stop smoking, stop drinking alcohol, and stop chewing tobacco.
Specially chewing tobacco! the constant exposure of your oral tissues to the irritants and carcinogens in tobacco is responsible for most of the oral cancer we see in the mouth. Stop now and save yourself a lot of grief.
Dr. Abel Loredo
Dr. Abel Loredo
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