Oral Pathology Reviews
The term oral pathology is a general term used to refer to any disease or infection in the mouth, salivary glands, or jaws. Oral pathology can refer to processes such as tonsillitis, strep throat, herpes simplex virus, burning mouth syndrome, mumps, oral cancer, and other autoimmune diseases. Most oral pathological processes are benign (non-cancerous), but it's still vital to get yourself checked by an oral surgeon if you notice any changes in your mouth's structures or tissue. Remember: the absence of pain does not always indicate an absence of an oral pathology.
The key to treating an oral pathology is catching it early on. Many of our past patients have expressed their gratitude to our team and their dental professionals for identifying an oral pathology and treating it before it could become more serious. If you are interested in hearing the stories of some of our past oral pathology patients, you can find their testimonials below. You can watch these video reviews to learn more about their experience having their oral pathology treated at our office and learn why they now recommend us to all of their friends and family.
My name is Deb Ryan, and I'm from here in Atlanta, kind of close to the Sandy Springs area. I was referred to Dr. Aiken through my dentist, Dr. Lydia. We had a problem in my mouth where back behind the gums on the right side there had been an infection, so we were trying to figure out what was wrong, and I was referred here to figure out what was wrong and what needed to be don....