Complications in Oral Cancer Treatment

Complications of cancer treatment may vary with the degrees of severity, depending on the individual and the cancer treatment. Chemotherapy often impairs the function of bone marrow, suppressing the formation of white blood cells, red blood corpuscles and platelets. Some cancer treatments are described as stomatotoxic because they have lethal effects on the oral tissues. Infections like Viral, bacterial and fungal results from myelosuppression, xerostomia or damage to the mucosa from chemotherapy & radiotherapy.  There may be a risk of rampant dental decay throughout the life which may begin within 3 months of completing oral cancer treatment, is nothing but either the quality or quantity of saliva persists.   

  • Complications in Radio therapy
  • Complications in Chemo therapy
  • Side effects after surgery
  • Infection

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