Let's hear it for my Fantabulously skilled and gentle Oncology Dentist……
Knowing the destructive effects upon my molars and gums from the effects of (successful) radiation for my tongue cancer, he knew not to extract my wisdom teeth which is highly ill advised as necrosis can result…He was able to save them by filling the carries and removing the diseased portion of the gum. What a relief to have found him as recommended by my BC Cancer Centre - Victoria.
I recall writing to everyone on this site for advice and I am grateful for all the wisdom shared relating to my particular situation. Thank you to all. 😁
WoW---glad the crowned tooth is behaving and the spot is not a worry. Diego must feel better,too. So, we are both fortunate these days, eh? It's good to hear good news.
Ciao for now,
@Whitelilies , quite frankly, I invented the title for myself when I describe his dental practice to like-minded folks. He works with quite a few oral cancer survivors/ patients in Victoria….so I just put the Oncology title before the word Dentist. He is the only dentist so familiar with oncology and he currently is researching the connection between HPV and oral cancers. He is a rare find!! Unfortunately, he is soon retiring.
Hope all is well with you and the boys,