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Do they check for oral cancer on a regular dental checkup?

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Yes they do as they check all oral health and indicate patient if any sign appears. I usually go to Dr. Nancy Block for my dental check ups and completely satisfied with the services. Take a look what she treat:
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Your dentist can inspect your oral tissues easily by observing at your lips and inside your mouth as well as will check your gums wisely, the inside of your cheeks and your tongue.
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All dentists are TAUGHT to check/screen patients for oral cancers, as part of a comprehensive new patient, or recall, examination. In the U.S., at least, dental hygienists also receive this training. Regretfully, however, it has been my experience that many dental professionals either skip this component of the exam, or perform it inadequately. One easy way to know whether or not your dentist has performed an oral cancer exam is as follows: your dentist should request that you "stick out your tongue." The dentist then would gently grasp the tip of your tongue in a piece of cotton gauze, and gently retract it to the left and right sides, so that he/she can examine the area around the base of your tongue in the floor of your mouth- the most common area in which oral cancers originate. If your dentist has not done this, it means the dentist has not looked for oral cancers.

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Usually when you go for a regular checkup at your dentist, he also screens you for any signs of oral cancer because this serious dental disease could be cured if diagnosed and treated in its early stages.

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