They are very aggressive tumors (prickle cell carcinomas) which need a specialized team to fully treat them.
Through an aggressive surgical excision accompanied by cervical lymph node cleansing. The procedure is performed by two specialized teams. The surgeon of the head who performs the cleansing, and the plastic surgeon who uses a tissue portion from another part of the body (free lap) in order to restore the defect after the excision, providing full functionality and the desirable aesthetic result to the area.
The treatment of the tumors is completed by chemotherapy and radiation procedures.
Metropolitan Hospital is a pioneer in the treatment of such interventions through the specialized team of Plastic Surgery and Head and Neck Surgery.
The oncology team consisting of distinguished oncologists, radiotherapists is specialized in the eradication of the disease and the reduce local recurrence.
Before and After | Oral Cavity Tumors
The surgical operation is performed in the Metropolitan hospital. If it is necessary, the patient remains hospitalized for 24 hours and is discharged home the following day.