HPV and Lesions of the Mouth
Being infected with a certain types of HPV (16, 18, 31, 45) increases the risk of oral cancer. Such “high-risk” viruses are considered oncogenic. Dr. Ricardo Padilla shares at the OMSNashville 2016 Spring Seminar in Nashville, TN how HPV and Mouth Lesions impact oral health.
Oral Radiography helps dental experts and oral surgeons find hidden dental structures, masses, bone loss and more. Learn the role Radiography plays with oral cancer in this presentation by Dr. Ricardo Padilla at the 2016 Spring OMSNashville Seminar in Nashville, TN.
Oral Cancers and Precancerous Lesions
Early detection is key to prevent oral cancer. Signs of oral pathology include any of the following lasting more than 2 weeks: sore that bleeds, oral pain, lump or thickening, white or red patch, sore throat or a feeling that something is caught in the throat. Learn more in this presentation about Oral Cancers and Precancerous Lesions by Dr. Ricardo Padilla