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Oral and maxillofacial pathology focuses on disease and inquiries affecting the oral cavity. From cavities to oral and maxillofacial cancer, dental diseases are extremely common and affect millions. Yet early detection is necessary in diagnosing and treating disorders affecting the mouth, teeth, face, or neck. Scheduling regular oral pathology exams with our Oral Surgeons at Live Oak Oral Surgery of Texas, helps minimize the negative effects of dental pathology.
Normally the inside lining of the mouth is a smooth, coral pink in color. Any variation from this could be a warning sign of oral pathology. Pain doesn’t always occur with all mouth diseases or oral cancers. Our Oral Surgeons in Wichita Falls, TX have undergone years of specialized training, to detect any issues leading to head and neck pathology.

Scheduling regular oral pathology exams with our Oral Surgeons at Live Oak Oral Surgery of Texas, helps minimize the negative effects of dental pathology.

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Warning Signs of Oral Health

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Schedule Routine Oral Examinations

If you have one or more missing teeth, you may be struggling to bite and chew or feel embarrassed to talk, laugh, and socialize. Missing most or all your teeth can result in changes in your facial appearance, a decline in your health, and increased discomfort or self-consciousness. No matter how many teeth you are missing, dental implants are the “gold standard” solution. These permanent tooth replacements restore your oral health, smile aesthetics, and dental function and do so for decades! Our team at Live Oak Oral Surgery of Texas is experienced in providing dental implants in Wichita Falls, TX and can help you achieve a new smile and quality of life with this permanent solution.

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How to Reduce Contributing Factors

Some oral health pathologies are due to hereditary factors. Twice as many men suffer from oral cancer as women, for example. Personal habits can also have an impact on your health. To reduce the risk of oral cancer and other dental and tongue pathologies, consider limiting some habits, while developing healthier ones. Avoid alcohol and all forms of tobacco, when possible. These are major contributors to oral cancer. Eat a diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, including as many fresh fruits as possible and vegetables. Most importantly, be sure to have regular dental exams and professional teeth cleanings. These can help you prevent some conditions and provide early detection for other more serious ones.
We would recommend performing an oral cancer self-examination monthly. Remember your mouth is one of your body’s most important warning systems. Do not ignore suspicious lumps or sores. Please contact our office in Wichita Falls, TX so we can assist you with any questions or concerns.

Early detection is essential!

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