Oral cancer

Doctors Guilherme Rabinowits, Co-Leader of Head & Neck Oncology and Geoffrey Young, Chief of Head & Neck Surgery at the Miami Cancer Institute, explain using a bio digital refrence when the oral cancer can be located.

Dr. Rabinowits adds the Dentists can be the first who notice any oral change. He recommends to visit the dentist at least twice a year for dental cleaning and a full evaluation of the mouth area, the teeth, tongue and hard palate. “Seeing a dentist on a regular basis is very important as part of the screening program for cavity cancer,” he explains.

Dr. Young, affirms a lot of people sometimes can’t make or get those screenings. “Miami’s Cancer Institute is actually going to be doing community outreach screenings out in the community,” he assets.

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