Mouth Cancer

We screen for cancer at every appointment you have with us using the latest technology. If you're concerned or worried, we will help you in every way we can..


Talking about the Big C

We don’t shy away from talking about cancer, and want to know about it as soon as possible. However, we also want to be able to tell you that we cannot find any evidence so you can have peace of mind all year round.

We also will be on hand to help you should you have any questions during any treatment you may be having, and offer advice to help you manage a difficult situation.

Mouth Cancer facts and symptoms

We don’t shy away from talking about cancer, and want to know about it as soon as possible. However, we also want to be able to tell you that we cannot find any evidence so you can have peace of mind all year round.



  • If you notice a lesion that comes and goes then it's probably not cancer.
  • The area under and along the side of the tongue are the most common places to find mouth cancer, but it can occur anywhere in your mouth or throat.
  • The most common symptom is having a sore or ulcer for more than 3 weeks
  • Red or white patches anywhere in your mouth
  • A lump on your lip, tongue, in your mouth or throat, or in your neck
  • Unusual bleeding or numbness in your mouth
  • Pain when chewing or swallowing
  • Loose teeth, or dentures becoming uncomfortable or not fitting properly over a short period of time/li>
  • A change in your voice or speech problems

The signs and symptoms


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