Why prevention and detection of mouth cancer has never been so important?
1. A contemporary understanding of the clinical presentation of head and neck cancer.
2. Knowledge of the prevention methods presently available to reduce the risk factors for mouth cancer.
3. Improved detection of mucosal abnormalities that may represent mouth cancer.
Aims: This session aims to provide the attendees with an update of the healthcare recommendations to minimise risk factors know for mouth cancer in primary dental care. In addition, the ability to recognise oral malignancy and potentially malignant disorders will be measured using an interactive self-assessed clinical quiz.