Successfully reported this slideshow.
National Campaign

My India,  Addiction Free India

TOBACCO FREE
ORAL CAVITY

 

Medical Wing
(Rajayoga Education & Resear...
Common adverse effects_ of
Tobacco smoking 

Larynx cancer

/ —Oral cavity cancer

Esophagus cancer

.  - Lung cancer
Myoc...
Tobacco Staining

Chronic inflamed Gingiva

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All right...
Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights r...
Smoker’s melanosis

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
White Keratotic lesion , Pa| ate

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Nicotinic stomatitis

 
 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Oral Ca nce r-Progression

 

Notmal Nyperptaslnl Mild/ modonlo Snow clysplulal SCC
Hypcrisomoois dyoplinln cis

2'

E

Z
...
Effects of smokeless tobacco

Precancerous

Ieuko plakia

Painful ulcers "‘ ‘xi’

© 20‘
Tobacco—associated lesions include
tooth stains,  abrasions,  smoker's
melanosis,  burns and keratotic
patches,  nicotinic...
GUM DISEASES

Tobacco

V

Irritate or destroy gum tissue

Receding gums,  gum disease,  tooth decay (from the

high sugar ...
C. ‘All C E RS

Snuff and chewing tobacco

Very high levels of tobacco-specific nitrosamines, 
benzo[a]pyrene and other po...
LEUKOPLAKIA

l_ E U K O P l  F1 l 

 

° Leukoplakia is a white patch in the mouth that
can become cancer. 

0 They are us...
Smoking accounts for half of
periodontal disease and three-
fourths of oral cancers in the
United States. 

© 2013 Medical...
There is a clear benefit to quitting
tobacco use.  The risks of oral cancer and
periodontal disease decline as time
from c...
A routine intraoral examination by a
trainer can reveal most of these

lesions at an early stage,  and early
intervention ...
Inside cheek

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Lateral border of tongue

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Examining lower lip

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved. 

. _.
{‘: ...
Sub—mucous Fibrosis

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Leukoplakia - a white intraoral
patch related to all forms of
tobacco usage and considered
to be precancerous. 

Malignant...
Massive leukoplakia

‘. i 'r1rr: n ,  i', .r. 
Junie:  cfegi_: ;;gt. mm

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Resea...
Erythroplakia - a particularly
dangerous form of oral cancer
which appears as a red or
velvety-appearin patch. 

 

© 2013...
Melanosis of hard Palate

 

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation.  All rights reserved.
Squamous cell carcinoma lower lip

~. ~; ‘. -.". '.'. ‘.'. n"l '_~-: }md; a.n-:1 ‘A1

© 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Educ...
I ‘ " ‘ >'. -  . 
V -J , ( J‘ l 9' ' I ’ I
- ’.  -,  f ‘X r', _- ' ' . 
. k V;  .b , 
" la;  " J , 
. ‘ i
9
_‘~T’5_: '!_’;...
Tobacco Free Oral Cavity
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Tobacco Free Oral Cavity

1,101 views

Published on

Tobacco Free Oral Cavity by Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation, a sister concern of Brahma Kumaris

Published in: Health & Medicine
  • Be the first to comment

Tobacco Free Oral Cavity

  1. 1. National Campaign My India, Addiction Free India TOBACCO FREE ORAL CAVITY Medical Wing (Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation) PRAJAPITA BRAHMA KUMARIS ISHWARIYA VISHWA VIDYALAYA Ever Healthy Hospital, Shantivan Complex Abu Road, Rajasthan © 2013 Medical Wing of Fiajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Common adverse effects_ of Tobacco smoking Larynx cancer / —Oral cavity cancer Esophagus cancer . - Lung cancer Myocardial . /— _ chronic infarction , . ‘ bronchitis _ ’ - Emphysema Systemic ‘- V athero- ‘ , ’ ‘ -‘ "- . . Pe tic ulcer sclerosis Y‘ or-'-"”""‘F_ p 7 ~. Bladder cancer _2. . ‘ Pancreas cancer 1 “ . l l 8 © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Tobacco Staining Chronic inflamed Gingiva © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. Smoker’s melanosis © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. White Keratotic lesion , Pa| ate © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. Nicotinic stomatitis © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  8. 8. Oral Ca nce r-Progression Notmal Nyperptaslnl Mild/ modonlo Snow clysplulal SCC Hypcrisomoois dyoplinln cis 2' E Z 5' < E 2 :1. O P‘ ‘£2 I at I S 3 9p21( I6) ‘ uqmwum D) 9 ii No kncmvi genetic alterations -9 30 —> Up! !! (5353) -91‘ ‘Q 69’ Ba. Ba. “Q .0, Clinical, histologic, and molecular progression of oral cancer. A, The typical clinical progression of oral cancer. B, The histologic progression of squamous epithelium from normal, to hyperkeratosis, to mild/ moderate dysplasia, to severe dysplasia, to cancer. 0, The sites of the most common genetic alterations identified as important for cancer development. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Effects of smokeless tobacco Precancerous Ieuko plakia Painful ulcers "‘ ‘xi’ © 20‘
  10. 10. Tobacco—associated lesions include tooth stains, abrasions, smoker's melanosis, burns and keratotic patches, nicotinic stomatitis, palatal erosions, leukoplakia and squamous- cell carcinoma. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  11. 11. GUM DISEASES Tobacco V Irritate or destroy gum tissue Receding gums, gum disease, tooth decay (from the high sugar content in the tobacco), and bone loss around the teeth Loosen teeth V Tooth Loss © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  12. 12. C. ‘All C E RS Snuff and chewing tobacco Very high levels of tobacco-specific nitrosamines, benzo[a]pyrene and other polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Cancer-causing agents (carcinogens) Cancers About 70 percent of deaths in smokeless tobacco users, are from oral cancer. Other cancers caused by tobacco include cancer of the pancreas, nasal cavity, urinary tract, oesophagus, pharynx, larynx, intestines and the stomach. r ’ ‘: t. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  13. 13. LEUKOPLAKIA l_ E U K O P l F1 l ° Leukoplakia is a white patch in the mouth that can become cancer. 0 They are usually painless. ° Many studies have shown high rates of leukoplakia at the place in the mouth where users place their chew or dip. 0 One study found that nearly 3 of 4 of daily users of moist snuff and chewing tobacco had non- cancerous or pre-cancerous lesions (sores) in the mouth. ‘3 The longer a person uses oral tobacco, the more likely they are to have leukoplakia. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  14. 14. Smoking accounts for half of periodontal disease and three- fourths of oral cancers in the United States. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  15. 15. There is a clear benefit to quitting tobacco use. The risks of oral cancer and periodontal disease decline as time from cessation increases, and some oral mucosal lesions may resolve with cessation. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  16. 16. A routine intraoral examination by a trainer can reveal most of these lesions at an early stage, and early intervention may prevent serious sequelae. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  17. 17. Inside cheek © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  18. 18. Lateral border of tongue © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  19. 19. Examining lower lip © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved. . _. {‘: _~‘3.§ . .
  20. 20. Sub—mucous Fibrosis © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  21. 21. Leukoplakia - a white intraoral patch related to all forms of tobacco usage and considered to be precancerous. Malignant - cancerous, and therefore potentially © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  22. 22. Massive leukoplakia ‘. i 'r1rr: n , i', .r. Junie: cfegi_: ;;gt. mm © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  23. 23. Erythroplakia - a particularly dangerous form of oral cancer which appears as a red or velvety-appearin patch. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  24. 24. Melanosis of hard Palate © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  25. 25. Squamous cell carcinoma lower lip ~. ~; ‘. -.". '.'. ‘.'. n"l '_~-: }md; a.n-:1 ‘A1 © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.
  26. 26. I ‘ " ‘ >'. - . V -J , ( J‘ l 9' ' I ’ I - ’. -, f ‘X r', _- ' ' . . k V; .b , " la; " J , . ‘ i 9 _‘~T’5_: '!_’; ” -‘ A‘ '. © 2013 Medical Wing of Rajayoga Education & Research Foundation. All rights reserved.

×