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Early Detection and Treatment of Oral Cancer at Roper Dental Group

At Roper Dental Group, we are committed to promoting oral health and providing comprehensive care to our patients. As part of our dedication to your well-being, we offer oral cancer screenings to detect any signs or symptoms of oral cancer at the earliest stages. Our experienced dental professionals are here to guide you through the process and ensure your oral health remains a top priority.

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Schedule an Appointment for Oral Cancer Screening

If you have concerns about oral cancer or would like to undergo an oral cancer screening, we encourage you to schedule an appointment at Roper Dental Group. Our compassionate team will provide a thorough examination of your mouth, including a visual inspection of the oral tissues and palpation of the neck and jaw areas to check for any abnormalities.

To schedule an appointment for an oral cancer screening, please contact our office directly or use our convenient online booking system. We are dedicated to providing timely and accessible care to our patients, and we will work with you to find an appointment that suits your schedule.

Safe and Affordable Dental Checkups

Your safety and well-being are our utmost priorities. At Roper Dental Group, we maintain strict safety protocols to ensure a clean and hygienic environment for all our patients. During your routine dental checkups, our skilled dental professionals will conduct a comprehensive examination of your oral health, which includes an oral cancer screening. By combining preventive care with early detection, we strive to maintain your oral health and detect any potential issues, including oral cancer, as early as possible.

We believe that quality dental care should be accessible to everyone. Our team works closely with insurance providers to maximize your benefits and make dental checkups and related services affordable. We also offer flexible payment options to ensure that cost is not a barrier to receiving the care you need.

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Frequently Ask Question

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Oral cancer refers to the abnormal growth of cells in the oral cavity, including the lips, tongue, cheeks, gums, and throat. It can manifest as a sore or growth that doesn’t heal, persistent mouth pain, difficulty swallowing or speaking, or changes in the color and texture of oral tissues.

While anyone can develop oral cancer, certain factors increase the risk. These include tobacco and alcohol use, excessive sun exposure, a family history of oral cancer, a weakened immune system, and the human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.

At Roper Dental Group, we recommend regular oral cancer screenings as part of your routine dental checkups. Depending on your individual risk factors, our dental professionals will determine the frequency of screenings. It is generally recommended to have an oral cancer screening at least once a year.

During an oral cancer screening, our dental professionals will examine your oral cavity, including the lips, gums, tongue, cheeks, and throat. They will look for any suspicious lesions, abnormal tissue changes, or other signs of oral cancer. In some cases, additional diagnostic tests, such as a biopsy, may be recommended for further evaluation.

Yes, oral cancer can be treated, especially when detected early. Treatment options may include surgery to remove the cancerous tissue, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or a combination of these approaches. The specific treatment plan will depend on the stage and location of the cancer.