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Oral Pathology
Madison, WI


The inside of the mouth is normally lined with a special type of tissue called mucosa that is smooth and pink in color. Any alteration in this appearance could be a warning sign of a serious oral health condition. The following can be signs of a serious oral health condition:
•  Bumps or lumps that did not exist before.
•  White or red patches.
•  Sores that do not go away after a week or so.
•  Sores that bleed.
•  Consistent problems with your throat, including pain and/or hoarseness.
•  Difficulty with your jaw, including problems chewing and swallowing.

These changes can be detected on the lips, cheeks, palate, and gum tissue, tongue, face, and/or neck. Any signs mentioned above that are found in your mouth should be brought to the attention of your dentist or an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. If appropriate, biopsy (tissue sample) may be performed to help diagnose your condition and plan any treatment you might need. This allows for early diagnosis of any concerns that are developing in your mouth. The doctors of Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants are highly experienced to evaluate and treat these lesions within your mouth and jaw.
The doctors of Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants would like to inform you of the enhanced safety protocol developed for our office in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Working with recommendations from the CDC, OSHA, American Dental Association, and local government, we have enhanced our already stringent protocols for hygiene and safety.

•  All patients and staff wear masks
•  All patients and guests are screened with a COVID-19 questionnaire and temperature check prior to admission to our clinic lobby. Hand hygiene is performed before entry.
•  All personnel have twice daily temperature checks
•  To allow for social distancing, we have reduced the number of patients and guests in the office at one time and spaced the seating in our lobby appropriately
•  Allow more time for disinfecting between patient encounters
•  Increased disinfection of frequently touched surfaces including counter tops, handles, lobby seating, and bathroom surfaces
•  New, single use pens to avoid germ sharing between patients and personnel
•  Procedural personnel wear N95/KN95 masks and face shields
MEET THE MADISON ORAL SURGERY & DENTAL IMPLANT TEAM AND SEE OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Get in Touch!


PHONE
(608) 960-7650

EMAIL
info@madisonoralsurgeons.com

LOCATION
2921 Landmark Place, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53713