Dental Oncology


Head and Neck Radiation Therapy

Patients receiving radiation therapy to the head and neck are at risk for developing oral complications. Because of the risk of osteonecrosis in irradiated fields, oral surgery should be performed before radiation treatment begins.


The oral complications of chemotherapy depend upon the drugs used, the dosage, the degree of dental disease, and the use of radiation. Chemoradiation therapy carries a significant risk for mucositis.

Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

Most stem cell transplant patients develop acute oral complications, especially patients with graft- versus-host disease.


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