Oral Cancer

Mouth Sores

Mouth Sores Dental health is not limited to your teeth. Sores or irritations can develop in and around the mouth. Fortunately, they usually heal on their own within a week or two. Mouth sores come in several different varieties and can have any number of causes, including: Infections from bacteria, viruses or fungus Irritation from …

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

  NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 2, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Every hour, 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year, someone dies of oral or oropharyngeal cancer (cancers of the mouth and upper throat) in the US. However, when oral cancer is detected and treated early, treatment-related health problems are reduced, and survival rates may increase. This year an estimated 51,550 new cases of oral …

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ADA, others urge Congress to oppose tobacco bill

March 31, 2017 Washington — The ADA and 42 other organizations are urging Congress to oppose, H.R., 1136, legislation that would exempt e-cigarettes, cigars and other tobacco products from “an important product review designed to protect public health.” H.R. 1136, the Food and Drug Administration Deeming Authority Clarification Act of 2017, would “significantly weaken FDA’s ability …

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month An update from the Oral Cancer Foundation POSTED: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 — By: Josie Paxton, Communications Manager for the Oral Cancer Foundation The Oral Cancer Foundation’s missions are rooted in science. OCF funds life-saving research and work that elucidates mechanisms for early discovery, furthers disease understanding, and reveals …

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Due to recent public health concerns, we are actively monitoring information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local officials regarding the spread of COVID-19.

The safety of our patients and staff is our top priority. As such, we have made the difficult decision to reschedule elective procedures until it is deemed safe by the American Dental Association & the CDC for us to open the office for all dental procedures.

We are evaluating this on a weekly basis and will be in contact to reschedule any elective procedures.

Our office and phone lines remain open to treat any emergency situations that arise so please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any concerns or questions.