#41: How Can Knowing Your “Why” As A Dentist Provide Tremendous Success With Debbie Z.
Tune into episode 41 to hear so many tactics that Debbie shares with you and why each tactic and script works or how you can make it work. However, before you jump into wanting hundreds of new patients and a great marketing strategy you need to figure out or know your why. Why do you do what you do...  Read More
Why Oral Cancer Screenings are Growing in Importance
Despite the majority of cases being highly preventable, the rate of oral cancer diagnosis in the UK has risen steadily in recent years. Data from Cancer Research UK cites slightly more than 11,000 cases of head and neck cancer reported each year – an increase of 30% over the last two decades....  Read More
What all you Need to Know About Oral Cancer
According to a recent survey, oral cancer accounts for more than 35,000 diagnosed cases each year in the U.S alone. This number reflects unawareness of the people towards oral cancer. This is actually the main aim behind Oral Cancer Awareness Month to make people aware about important facts related...  Read More
How to Help Prevent Oral Cancer | Puyallup Oral Surgeons
February is National Cancer Prevention Month. During this month, our team at Oral & Facial Surgery Center of Puyallup is committed to help raising awareness about oral cancer.According to the, there are more than 48,000 new cases of oral cancers each year, with more men diagnosed than women....  Read More
Freshen Your Smile with Fun Summer Reruns
Hard to believe summertime 2016 is winding down. Here are some signs we’re approaching the sunset of summer season: 1. Kids are back in school.2. College football tailgating parties start in a week or two.3. Soon it’ll be time to swap hiking shorts for jeans and that favorite sweatshirt...  Read More
Five Famous Names of Oral Cancer
Carcinoma. Sarcoma. Lymphoma. Blastoma. There are over 100 different types and many classifications of cancer that affect humans. Whatever the type and classification, cancer remains the “dread disease” first mentioned in 19th century newspapers. As we reported in last summer, the...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online....Oral and Dental Sequelae of Cancer Therapy By Lauren Levi, DMD
Dentaltown Learning Online is please to present "Oral and Dental Sequelae of Cancer Therapy" By Lauren Levi, This CE course can be found here....?As one of the leading causes of death in the United States, cancer is devastating disease that affects everyone. Unfortunately, though cancer...  Read More
172 Intro To Dental Oncology with Lauren Levi : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Stream Audio here: AUDIO - HSP #172 - Lauren Levi Watch Video here: VIDEO - HSP #172 - Lauren Levi Dental oncology expert Lauren Levi, DMD introduces us to techniques to identify oral...  Read More
A Famous Race against Oral Cancer
America has had 44 presidents, but only one that died of cancer. Coincidentally, this president died from oral cancer 130 years ago last week, on July 23, 1885.Hiram began his lifetime habit of smoking cigars at an early age, once admitting to smoking as many as 12 a day. This habit eventually cost...  Read More
is the second deadliest malignancy next to lung cancer. As one of the leading causes of death among cancer patients, medical researchers have devoted their time to finding its root cause, but up until now, the exact cause for colorectal cancer is uncertain. However, in a recent study published in...  Read More
Oral Hygiene Advice to Live By
When it comes to practicing good oral hygiene, it’s all about making certain activities a habit. Make them a habit and you and children can expect throughout your and their lives.Read below for our favorite oral hygiene advice – for life! Once your children reach the age of 6, their...  Read More
Causes of Oral Cancer
Oral cancer is a unique form of ailment that affects parts of the mouths such as the tongue surface, gums, and floor of the mouth, tonsils, salivary glands, and inner parts of the cheeks. In most cases, the treatment methods are similar to those used to treat neck and head cancers.This article...  Read More
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Common Symptoms of Oral Cancer
The majority of oral cancers begin either in the tongue or the floor of the mouth and these are squamous cell carcinomas. They often start on the mouth’s surface layer and then the lips. When the situation is left untreated and unattended, this could spread to the other body parts. Oral...  Read More
The Best Kept Dental Surgery Secret Ever
Oral cancer is scary and it is dangerous, as evidenced by the statistic that only half of people diagnosed with it live longer than five years.In the late 19th century newspapers called cancer the “dread disease.” At the time there were no oncology centers, no walk-a-thons to raise...  Read More
Use Mouthwash In Moderation
Some of the mouthwashes available on the market today advertise as being as a substitute to and just as effective as tooth brushing. These products tout their easy availability and the benefit of keeping your breath fresh all day long. However, it turns out, according to a newly published study...  Read More
Board Certified Prosthodontists Treat Oral Fungal Infections Common for During Cancer Treatment
Cancer treatment, involving radiation therapy or, results in a high incidence of oral and gastrointestinal side effects. Prosthodontists see patients with oral candidiasis on a regular basis. An extensive study of several large clinical trials was undertaken to look at the effectiveness of...  Read More
Oral Cancer Symptoms and Appearance
Oral cancer can present with many different symptoms. Often, a non-healing ulcer (wound), whether or not it is painful, is the first presenting symptom. A recent study suggests that the onset of orofacial pain that worsens during function may be an important predictor for the transition from oral...  Read More
Warning Signs of Oral Cancer
As part of our celebration of Oral Cancer Awareness Month, these are thewarning signs of: red or white patches in or behind the mouth mouth sores orthat bleed easily and do not heal unexplained lump in the neck, throat or floor of the mouth difficulty or discomfort swallowing pain...  Read More
HPV Infections in the Mouth
Cigar Smoking and Cancer
causes cancer. Is it the same for cigar smoking? Cigars are composed usually of a single type of tobacco, rather than a blend, which is air-cured and fermented. While a cigarette contains less than one gram of tobacco, a cigarcan have up to 20 grams of tobacco. The National Cancer Institute has...  Read More
Mouthwash Not Associated With Oral Cancer
There has been a longstanding controversy whether use of mouthwash containing a high alcohol content and theare associated. Researchers from the European Institute of Oncology, the International Prevention Research Institute, and the Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri conducted an...  Read More
We Perform Oral Cancer Screenings
can present with manydifferent symptoms. Often, a non-healing (wound), whether or not it is painful, is the first presenting symptom. A recent study suggests that the onset oforofacial pain that worsens during function may be an important predictor forthe transition from oral pre-cancer to cancer....  Read More
Oral Cancer: Who, When, Where
In the US there are an estimated36,450 new cases of diagnosed each year, 25,420 in men and 11,120in women. Nearly 7,880 people die ofcancer of the oral and pharynx each year. The average age for diagnosis is 62 years and1.02% of people born today will be diagnosed with it during their lifetime....  Read More

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