In January 2013 my husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Thankfully, after surgery he was cancer free. But in May 2015 our whole world seemed to turn upside down when he came home with a very unusual sore in his mouth. Fearing the cancer had returned, Tony went to our family doctor and was immediately sent to an oral surgeon for a biopsy. He had the results within days, but the outbreak spread like wildfire.
If you suffer oral lesions, how can you partner with your dental health care provider to come up with a definitive diagnosis? A thorough review of your symptoms is critical. Make sure your dentist or dental hygienist listens carefully and asks detailed questions about your concerns, such as . . .