Oral Cancer Screening

During an oral cancer screening, Dr Gadol will examine the inside and outside of the mouth for any signs of oral cancer. Cancer appears in different forms – sometimes red, sometimes white, or sometimes a combination of the two. If you have an ulcer or area that looks suspicious and does not go away within 7 days, it is imperative that you come in for an exam. As with most cancers, the greatest likelihood of successfully treating oral cancer depends on an early diagnosis. Dentists also occasionally detect suspicious areas on the face and lips that may be skin cancer, which is important because some people see their dentist more frequently than their medical doctors.

An oral cancer screening is complimentary at the time of any examination.

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Testimonials
A great place to get dental care.
Joseph D.
Pleasant staff and environment.
Joe L.
Super cheerful and professional
Ray U.
Meghan is always so friendly when I go get my teeth clean. She is the best.
Berlinda T.
Thanks for being so patient, kind and skilled with my daughter during her dental work.
Savannah M.
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Daniel K.
Always enjoy the atmosphere and staff during my visits.
Michael H.
Doctor Gadol and Meghan were great, as always.
Ben S.
My teeth look great, my appointment went quickly, and the staff is always friendly.
Amy D.
Megan was EXCELLENT as always!
Barry C.