Oral Cancer Institute presents
Advocate Aurora Health Symposium on Oral Oncology
What We Do
Best in Oral Cancer Treatment in Chicago
We at the Oral Cancer Institute pride our-selves in providing world-class care to our patients while maintaining a very compassionate and individualized patient experience. Our surgeons are considered leaders in their field and were one of the first groups in the country to perform and publish on the innovative Jaw in a Day technique. Having completed both medical and dental school and specialized fellowship training, our surgeons are uniquely equipped to manage tumors of the head & neck and maxillofacial region. Whether you have been diagnosed with an oral cancer, a salivary gland tumor, other head & neck tumors, or simply here for a second opinion, you’ve come to the right place. We look forward to caring for you as we would our own family.
PROCEDURES AND CONDITIONS WE TREAT
The Oral Cancer Institute is committed to providing state of the art care to oral cancer and head & neck cancer patients. Our surgeons are considered amongst leaders in the field of Oral and Head & Neck Oncology.
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Head & Neck
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Your first visit?
We look forward to caring for you at the Oral Cancer Institute.
Our goal is to provide you with the best care possible while making you feel at ease.
Your first visit will be a consultation and assessment of your case, including a review of information provided by your referring provider. A biopsy may be necessary depending on the condition. Furthermore, additional imaging including CT scans, MRI or PET scans maybe necessary to help with providing a full evaluation and coming up with a definitive treatment plan. If applicable, please bring with you copies of outside records, biopsy results, and copies of x-rays or CT scans. Your surgeon will discuss your diagnosis, explain procedures, and create a treatment plan that best fits your individual needs. Patients with malignant conditions will be presented before a multidisciplinary tumor board for discussion and consensus. Depending on the diagnosis, treatment options will be discussed including surgical and non-surgical options.Located on Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical (AIMMC) campus, major surgical procedures are performed at AIMMC. Any questions you may have will be addressed at this time.
All patients under the age of 18 need to be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.