Call your dentist or doctor if you notice any of the following: white or red patches on your tongue, gums or other tissue in your mouth; a lump or thickening in your neck or cheek; a sore in the mouth that doesn’t heal or bleeds; difficulty chewing, swallowing, talking or moving your tongue or jaw; a change in your bite; a change in your voice not due to a cold or allergies; an earache that doesn’t go away; numbness in your lower lip or chin. To prevent oral cancer, avoid tobacco products, avoid heavy alcohol use, and get regular dental exams. Dentists can spot problems early.
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