Posts Categorized: Oral Pathology

What To Do About Smile Changes?

You may notice one day that you’re experiencing a smile change that has you somewhat alarmed. These changes may come in many forms, some pointing to an underlying oral health disease, while others are completely harmless. The challenge for you, of course, is that it is generally impossible to figure out on your own what… Read more »

Sudden Symptoms And What To Do

Perhaps you suddenly feel a bump in your mouth. Maybe something hurts. Perhaps you experience some minor bleeding. From very little issues to seemingly large concerns, the sudden onset of symptoms can be quite alarming. Rather than feel like you’re not sure where to turn or what to do, we strongly encourage you to remain… Read more »

How Do You Check For Oral Cancer?

Visiting your dentist throughout the year is crucial to your oral health – and not just because they professionally clean your teeth. When your dentist looks inside your mouth, they’re looking for things like infections or signs of oral cancer. How do you check for oral cancer? The exam your dentist performs is easy and… Read more »

Oral Cancer: Pathways for Prevention

The idea of something not going quite right with your oral health is never an enjoyable thought. This is particularly true when it comes to protecting yourself against oral cancer – you know that action is the best solution for prevention but you’d probably rather not think about it. Unfortunately, if you ignore a problem… Read more »

In-Depth Oral Examinations for Better Dental Health

Effective general dental care relies heavily on routine examinations that allow your dentist to inspect your teeth, gums, and oral tissues for signs of developing issues. Through your regular checkups, you can reduce your risks of tooth decay and gum disease, as well as the need for restorative dental care to address them. By contrast,… Read more »