Oral Pathology

Diseases of the oral and facial region may emanate from any of the structures and tissues of these regions. While most are benign some may become malignant. Moreover, some of the “benign” lesions may behave in a destructive manner. Fortunately, early detection and treatment will, in most circumstances, result in cure from the disease, or may mitigate the adverse effects.

As part of your physical examination, your dentist or physician would also examine your head and neck region, including the oral cavity. If there are any suspicious areas, you may be referred to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, for biopsy and/or treatment. Depending on the nature of the disease, advanced imaging studies, such as MRI, CT scan, or other investigations may be necessary before treatment is offered.

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LONDON

220 Oxford Street W

London, ON Canada N6H 1S4


 

ST.THOMAS

9828 Ford Rd

St. Thomas, ON Canada N5P 3T1

 

 

 

Interface

CENTRE FOR ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY


 

                                        


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