Oral Pathology

What is Oral Pathology?

When it comes to diseases in your mouth, jaws, or any other related structures in your facial region, early detection is key. The sooner you catch a disease, the better. However, before you seek treatment, an oral pathology biopsy may be necessary.

Our Pathologic Services

  • Hard and soft tissue biopsies
  • Oral cancer screening
  • Tumor resection
  • Tumor ablative surgery
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Cytology
  • Fine needle aspiration biopsy
  • Evaluation and treatment of salivary gland disorders

What Is a Biopsy?

A biopsy is a surgical procedure that involves removing a piece of the suspicious tissue so that it can be examined by a qualified oral pathologist. It typically takes around 10 days to make a final diagnosis. We take great care throughout your biopsy to ensure that we provide you with an accurate diagnosis.

Why Do We Do Biopsies?

An oral pathology biopsy is the only way to be absolutely certain of a final diagnosis. As a result, it is the first step you must take in order to treat oral pathologic diseases. If you have an abnormal tissue in your oral region, don’t waste anymore time.

Schedule your biopsy with Oral Facial Reconstruction and Implant Center. Contact our oral surgeons today to learn more.


As one of the premiere oral and maxillofacial surgery practices in South Florida, we are proud to be affiliated with numerous reputable hospitals.

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Insurances Accepted

Here at Oral Facial Reconstruction and Implant Center, we make every effort to provide you with both the finest care and convenient financial options.

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Our Locations

We are located close to local hospitals to grant you further peace of mind.