Oral cancer like other cancer is an advanced malady and ordinary epithelium goes through stages beginning from dysplasia to at last changing into invasive phenotypes. Though a wide range of carcinomas are found in oral cavity, the most well-known type of Oral Cancer is squamous cell carcinoma. Understanding the hereditary changes and expression of genes are keys to the understanding of pathogenesis of Oral cancer.
Men confront double the danger of creating oral malignancy as ladies, and men who are over age 50 confront the most serious danger. According to the latest WHO data published in May 2014 Oral Cancer Deaths in Australia reached 200 or 2% of total deaths. The age adjusted Death Rate is 2.01 per 100,000 of population ranks Argentina – 116 in the world.