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Removing Suspicious Lumps & Bumps.

Here at Kensington Court Clinic, our team of dentists, specialists and Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are highly skilled in detecting and diagnosing bumps and lumps in patients’ mouths. We can take biopsies in the clinic and arrange for the laboratory testing and diagnosis of any lumps, bumps and lesions.

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Early Detection Of Oral Cancer Saves Lives.

Tissue changes inside and outside the mouth could be an indication of early cancer. If you ensure you have regular dental check-ups and investigate any changes promptly it is possible to detect oral cancer early.

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What Are The Types Of Oral Cancer?

Mouth cancer is categorised by the type of cell where it starts growing. Nine out of ten cases of mouth cancer are squamous cell carcinoma. Squamous cells are found in many areas of the body, including the inside of the mouth and the skin.

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What Are The Risk Factors That Can Lead To Oral Cancer? kensington court clinic

What Are The Risk Factors That Can Lead To Oral Cancer?

Although in some patients, the exact cause of oral cancers is unknown, there are definite risk factors. These risk factors include tobacco and alcohol, which contain nitrosamines. These are chemicals that are known to cause cancer.

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How Can I Check Myself For Oral Cancer? kensington court clinic

How Can I Check Myself For Oral Cancer?

As mouth cancer can arise in numerous places, including the lips, tongue, gums and cheeks, and given that early detection is crucial for survival, we must all know what to be on the lookout for.

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If I Have A Lump What Can I Expect? kensington court clinic

If I Have A Lump What Can I Expect?

Here at Kensington Court Clinic, we can carry out a biopsy during your consultation if necessary. We will arrange for the sample to be laboratory tested so that we can best diagnose any lumps, bumps and lesions.

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How Can I Protect Myself From Oral Cancer? kensington court clinic

How Can I Protect Myself From Oral Cancer?

The three most effective ways of preventing mouth cancer from happening, or stopping it from coming back after successful treatment, to avoid tobacco, avoid alcohol and to eat a balanced diet.

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