Your description is highly professional..... are you a doctor yourself????? is the diagnosis of squamous cell carcinoma that you have mentioned based on a biopsy report???? if not then please visit a dentist for the same..... the right treatment can be instituted only after right diagnosis.....
Hi...scc ..This is concluded only by histopathological examination..If you have come into conclusion with out a doctor's consultation please don't do that ..but on the positive side you are aware of changes in your body ...un necessary tension will do no good for you..so please consult an oral pathology nearby. .tc
Surgery is the initial treatment of choice. Radiation or chemoradiation is added postoperatively if disease is more advanced or has high-risk features.
Radiation therapy is an alternative treatment. Chemotherapy is not used routinely as primary therapy but is recommended as adjuvant therapy along with radiation in patients with advanced nodal disease.
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