Oral cancer

Oral cancer

Possible Signs of Oral CancerSince oral cancer often begins with an asymptomatic stage during which symptoms may not be obvious, it is often painless initially and therefore difficult to detect.Although the following signs do not necessarily signify cancer,...
Dry mouth

Dry mouth

Dry mouth syndrome, also known as xerostomia, is a dry, uncomfortable feeling in your mouth that results from a decrease in the amount of your saliva. Dry mouth syndrome can be temporary or a chronic problem.One or more factors can cause your salivary...
Oral health problems of the elderly

Oral health problems of the elderly

The predominant oral health problems of the elderly include:- Dental caries- Periodontal disease- Dry mouth (xerostomia)- Tooth wear- Oral cancerRecurrent caries around failing restorations, cervical caries (around the neck of the tooth) or root caries...

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