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Get Your Mouth Checked Out: Adams Dental Offers Free Oral Cancer Screenings Throughout April

Dr. Allison M. Adams and the rest of the Adams Dental staff are offering free oral cancer screenings throughout the month of April in honor of Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Credits: Adams Dental

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and Adams Dental on 1 Kings Road is giving back to the community in honor of this monthlong event with free oral cancer screenings. 

Oral cancer can be a silent killer. Sadly, many people don’t realize they have this disease before it’s too late. 

Let Adams Dental help ease your mind and book your appointment today! Early detection is key. Call Adams Dental, a TAPinto Madison sponsor, at 973-377-6500 to reserve your spot. Advance appointments are required. 

Oral Cancer Awareness Month is part of Oral, Head Neck & Cancer Awareness Month, a nationwide event. Click here for more information from the Oral Cancer Foundation.

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