Symptoms of Oral Cancer

A whitish or velvety red patch of tissue instead of normal pink membrane in the oral cavity may signal a potential precancerous condition. If left untreated, the discolored patch may grow and begin to feel like a canker sore. The symptoms of oral cancer may include:

Symptoms associated with advanced oral cancer include pain in the ear or roof of the mouth,' unexplained spasms in facial or neck muscles, or persistent bad breath.

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