Oral Cancer is when the region of the oral cavity, including lips, teeth, gums, tongue, palate, roof of the mouth, or bottom of the mouth, becomes infected with cancer cells. There are four main types of oral cancer: squamous cell carcinoma, verrucous carcinoma, minor salivary gland carcinomas, leukoplaka and erythroplakia, and lymphomas that all require various treatment plans. Oral cancers are twice as common in men and risk for developing oral cancers increases with age, exposure to UV light, tobacco use, alcohol intake, exposure to the human papillomavirus (HPV), immune system suppressions, diagnosis of lichen planus, graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), a diagnosis of faconi anemia, and a diagnosis of dyskeratosis congenita. There are four stages of oral cancer that define how progressed the cancer is and also defines the treatment plan for that level of oral cancer.
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