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Oral cancer and growths in cats and dogs are unfortunately common. There are many kinds of oral growths that can range from benign and non-cancerous to invasive malignant tumors.
Our veterinary doctors have years of experience with surgical removal of both benign and cancerous, canine and feline oral growths. Dental radiographs can give us an indication of how invasive the growth is and help us define margins for complete removal. The biopsy or entire growth is sent for histopathology for diagnosis. Invasive and malignant tumors sometimes require complete removal of the affected bone. These surgeries can be very successful and have minimal cosmetic changes for the pet patient, depending of the size and location of the tumor.
|Squamous Carcinoma in a dog's mouth.||Dog's mouth 1 year after carcinoma removal.|