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What is oral dental cancer And Oral cancer treatment

What is oral dental cancer And Oral cancer treatment

What is oral dental cancer? – Combat the battle against oral cancer with timely treatment and reclaim your health. Don’t let this silent threat go unnoticed. Seeking treatment for oral cancer is the key to conquering the disease and preserving your well-being. Experience the power of comprehensive and personalized treatments that target cancerous cells, offering hope and a path to recovery. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is equipped with advanced techniques to provide effective treatment, ensuring the best possible outcome. Take control of your health today and embark on a journey towards a brighter future. Schedule your consultation now and discover the transformative power of early detection and treatment in the fight against oral cancer.

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The treatment options for oral cancer depend on the stage and extent of the disease. They may include surgery to remove the cancerous tumor, radiation therapy to target and destroy cancer cells, chemotherapy to kill cancer cells throughout the body, targeted drug therapy, and immunotherapy to boost the body’s immune response against cancer.

The effectiveness of oral cancer treatment depends on various factors, including the stage of cancer, the patient’s overall health, and the aggressiveness of the cancer cells. Early detection and treatment offer the best chances of successful outcomes and improved survival rates.

Oral cancer treatment can have side effects that vary depending on the specific treatment modality. These may include fatigue, hair loss, nausea, mouth sores, changes in taste, difficulty swallowing, and temporary or permanent changes in speech or facial appearance. Your healthcare team will work with you to manage these side effects and provide necessary support.

Yes, regular follow-up care is essential after completing oral cancer treatment. This includes periodic check-ups, imaging tests, and other necessary evaluations to monitor your recovery, detect any signs of recurrence, and address any potential long-term effects of treatment. Follow-up care is crucial for maintaining your oral health and ensuring early detection of any potential issues.



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Increased Survival Rates

Timely and appropriate oral cancer treatment significantly improves the chances of survival, offering hope and a fighting chance against the disease.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Treatment for oral cancer aims to remove or control cancerous cells, alleviating symptoms, improving oral function, and restoring overall quality of life.

Prevents Cancer Spread

Oral cancer treatment helps prevent the spread of cancer cells to nearby tissues and organs, reducing the risk of metastasis and further complications.

Comprehensive Care

Oral cancer treatment involves a multidisciplinary approach, combining surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapies as needed, ensuring a comprehensive and tailored treatment plan for each individual.

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What our Patients say About Us

Mahika Noulla
Mahika Noulla
19 September 2023
Had the best experience ✨💗
Anita’s Life
Anita’s Life
12 September 2023
I’m loving my smile now , dr . Harleen are so good and all team are fab all team are friendly in nature . Must visit ♥️♥️
Daniele Pascarella
Daniele Pascarella
8 September 2023
I'd like to share a detailed and honest review of my experience. I'm an Australian patient who was in search of an affordable option abroad to improve my smile and bite functionality, as dental costs in Australia tend to be quite high. After extensive research, I came across Meraki Dental Studio in Delhi, India. In March, I made the decision to travel to Delhi and begin my smile makeover journey. My initial visit took place in April, during which Dr. Harleen and her team conducted five dental implants and addressed various other minor dental issues. After a waiting period, I returned to receive crowns for my missing teeth and 18 porcelain veneers. Along the way, there were a few minor challenges, but Dr. Harleen consistently chose not to take shortcuts. Instead, she always found solutions to ensure my satisfaction, even if it meant some(quite a bit) inconvenience on her end. Dr. Harleen is not only an exceptional dentist but also a remarkable and humble person. I've never been as satisfied with a healthcare practitioner before. What truly stood out about Meraki Dental Studio is their unwavering commitment to prioritizing patient satisfaction over financial considerations, which is a rarity in the healthcare industry. I'm incredibly grateful for the care I received at Meraki Dental Studio, and the results of their work are truly remarkable. I've attached some before-and-after photos so you can witness the impressive transformation achieved by Dr. Harleen and her team.
Kirti Gurbani
Kirti Gurbani
29 August 2023
I had visited Dr. Harleen for consultation and after a lot of research and looking into other options. I couldn’t find someone better than her in terms of experience, services, technology, price and most of all her warm and understanding nature. I went ahead with an entire smile makeover (veneers, crown, gingivectomy, zoom whitening, composite filling) and I am more than satisfied. The finish is so natural. She worked so hard to make sure every detail and need was fulfilled. Her entire team is so amazing. They made sure I was looked after well in all my sittings. They were professional yet so fun. The most important part is my smile speaks volume of the work Dr did on me. Its more than amazing (it looks so natural). I highly recommend Dr Harleen for anything dental. She also managed to save two of my teeth from a root canal which was so impressive. For a person who doesn’t like visiting dentist, I wouldn’t mind visiting her again rather than delaying my treatments. Ps. I traveled from Indore to get my treatment done by her because she is that good.
Tusharika Agnihotri
Tusharika Agnihotri
28 August 2023
I had a fantastic experience at the dental studio! The staff was incredibly friendly and professional. The atmosphere was welcoming, and the facilities were modern and clean. Dr. Harleen was knowledgeable and took the time to explain everything to me, making me feel at ease. The dental work I received was top-notch, and I'm extremely satisfied with the results. I highly recommend this dental studio for anyone in need of dental care.
Shivani Verma
Shivani Verma
21 August 2023
Overall, my experience was exceptional, and I'll definitely be returning for future dental needs. Thank you, Dr. Harleen Gandhi for providing top-notch care!
Sushma Biswas
Sushma Biswas
19 August 2023
Only if I knew dental treatment can be painless and actually a nice experience, I would not have avoided going to a dentist for so long. Thank you dentally for making me lovely teeth again. 5 stars is less for what you have done for me.
17 August 2023
Got my veeners done from dr.harleen she’s amazing& so humble. Had an amazing experience! Even the staff is so polite totally recommended 😍😍❤️

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Oral cancer treatment Delhi 

Oral cancer treatment Delhi – Cancer is defined as the uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage to surrounding tissue. Oral cancer appears as a growth or sore in the mouth that does not go away. Oral cancer, which includes cancers of the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, sinuses, and pharynx (throat), can be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated early – Oral cancer treatment Delhi 

One of the real dangers of this cancer is that in its early stages, it can go unnoticed. It can be painless, and little in the way of physical changes may be obvious. The good news is, that your Physician or Dentist can in many cases, see or feel the precursor tissue changes, or actual cancer while it is still very small, or in its earliest stages.

More about the stages of cancer It may appear as a white or red patch of tissue in the mouth, or a small indurated ulcer that looks like a common canker sore. Because there are so many benign tissue changes that occur normally in your mouth, and some things as simple as a bite on the inside of your cheek may mimic the look of a dangerous tissue change, it is important to have any sore or discolored area of your mouth, which does not heal within 14 days, looked at by a professional.

Other symptoms include; a painless lump or mass which can be felt inside the mouth or neck, pain or difficulty in swallowing, speaking, or chewing, any wart-like masses, hoarseness which lasts for a long time, or any numbness in the oral/facial region. Unilateral persistent earache can also be a warning sign.

Where Can Oral Cancer Appear?

The oral cavity includes your lips, cheek lining, gums, front part of your tongue, floor of the mouth beneath the tongue and the hard palate that makes up the roof of your mouth. The throat (pharynx) starts at the soft part of the roof of your mouth and continues back into your throat. It includes the back section of your tongue, as well as the base where the tongue attaches to the floor of your mouth.

Dental cancer causes 

Dental cancer causes could be Oral squamous cell carcinoma is a disease of environmental factors, the greatest of which is tobacco.


Tobacco is the greatest single cause of oral and pharyngeal cancer. It is a known multi-organ carcinogen, that has a synergistic interaction with alcohol to cause cancers of the mouth and pharynx by directly damaging cellular DNA.


Human papillomavirus

Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV), particularly type 16 (there are over 180 types), is a known risk factor and independent causative factor for oral cancer.

Treatment of Oral Cancer


The aim of surgery for mouth cancer is to remove any affected tissue while minimising damage to the rest of the mouth.

If the cancer is advanced, it may be necessary to remove part of your mouth lining and, in some cases, facial skin. This can be replaced using skin taken from elsewhere on your body, such as your forearm or chest (a skin graft).

If your tongue is affected, part of it will have to be removed, called a partial glossectomy.

The tongue may be left to heal on its own – this usually takes 3 to 4 weeks – or it may need to be reconstructed using grafted tissue.

If the cancer has invaded deep into your jawbone, the affected part of the jaw will need to be removed.

Surgeons now use a complex technology called 3D printing to plan the reconstruction so that the replacement bone matches the removed bone almost exactly.


Internal radiotherapy


Photodynamic therapy (PDT)

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