Oral Cancer

The sensitive tissues of the dental parts, such as the pulps and gums, are where the effects of growth cells are most apparent. These tissues form patterns resembling red and white patches, which can be fatal as the condition progresses. The main causes of oral disease are biting tobacco, smoking, drinking, genetics, changes in quality, and the Human Papilloma Virus. The removal of hazardous cells can be decided based on the stage of the malignant development cells. Treatment strategies, such as cancer resection, are preferred at the end of the growing area.

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