viernes, 14 de agosto de 2020

The Importance of Dental Health During Cancer Treatment

Oral Cancer

Cancer treatments are aggressive and bring a series of complications in other parts of the body, and the oral cavity is no exception. Before starting chemotherapies or radiotherapies, it is necessary to be evaluated by the dentist, to eliminate existing infections such as cavities and periodontal disease.

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Some of the complications that can occur during chemotherapies are: dry mouth, canker sores and ulcers, spontaneous bleeding from the gums, jaw pain, etc. All complications are preventable and, if they occur, are manageable.

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Knowledge is our best prevention weapon, that's why we share an interesting article that explains in detail the complications that can occur during cancer treatment and how we can prevent it.

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Souce: / By Eric V. Thomas, DMD

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