Oral and Head and Neck Cancer | What You Need to Know

>>Welcome to Facebook Live from Johns Hopkins Medicine. I’m Elizabeth Tracey. This is Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week and we are so privileged to have here with us in the studio two experts in that field. And I’m gonna ask them to introduce themselves.>>Sure, so I’m Rina Abrams. I’m a speech pathologist. I specialize […]

Highly Advanced Cancer Surgery for Stage 4 Oral and Maxillofacial Cancer

DR. PERRY MANSFIELD: We’re going to do everything to get this out today. That’s our goal. DARRYL: Great. DR. MANSFIELD: This is the cancer, and it has invaded and eroded and destroyed the entire cheek complex. We’re going to be removing, as I mentioned to you, the right side of the cheekbone. And I’m going […]

Oral Cancer Screening – Lake Mead Dental

Hello my name is Dr.Ellen and I’m the managing dentist for Wigwam and Lake Mead Dental. Today I’m going to educate you a bit about Oral Cancer Screening. April is the month for oral cancer screening. When you go to the medical doctor your mouth is not necessarily checked. Medical doctors rely on all the […]

Examination of the Mouth (CDC, 1967)

[Sound of medical instruments and doctor murmuring] [Robert H. Johnson, M.D.:] Once you have developed a system, an examination of the mouth can be done quickly and should be a part of your routine examination of patients. From a general health standpoint, an oral examination will help you detect infections that may contribute to systemic […]

12 Signs Of Cancer Mostly Ignored by Women

Twelve Cancer Signs Mostly Ignored by Women A woman’s body is constantly changing. The older she gets, the more her body will change. Unfortunately some of the changes that women go through may seem normal, but in actuality they’re not. In some cases, these symptoms can be cancer signs. Because of this, it’s important for […]

Oral Cancer Detection & Awareness With Houston Dentists That Care

Oral cancer is actually one of the six most common cancers that are occurring and in 2014 more than 43,000 new cases were diagnosed. It is one of the only cancers that has continued to rise in fatality and the reason is because of late discovery. So one of the things that I get a […]

Oral Cancer and your Dentist

Dental check ups help monitor your overall oral health. But what most people don’t know is that dental check ups should also include oral cancer screening. Early detection is essential for oral cancer as patients who suffer it only have a 50% survival rate over five years and it often goes undetected until its too […]

Mouth Cancer Pictures from Smoking – Oral Cancer Symptoms and Causes

Hello.. Welcome back to our channel.Today our video topic is about: Mouth Cancer Pictures from Smoking.If this is the first time you visit to our channel. You can consider to subscribe, soyou won’t miss the next great videos from us.Mouth cancer, or oral cancer, can occur anywhere in the mouth, on the surface of the […]

Tobacco pouch keratosis – Etiology, Clinical features and Treatment

Tobacco pouch keratosis, as the name implies is a “white, keratotic” lesion whose clinicalappearance is “pouch” like and occurs due to usage of “smokeless tobacco”.This habit of using smokeless tobacco, is prevalent among people, especially in countries likeIndia and other countries in South-East Asia as well as United States and Sweden.Smokeless tobacco in the western […]

CDC: Tips From Former Smokers – Christine: Happy Memories

(Christine) My doctor let me pick the date to have the surgery. I chose two days after my son’s birthday. I decided that my children are going to have memories. Happy memories. We went out and did all kinds of things. They didn’t see me sitting around crying feeling sorry for myself. That wasn’t in […]