“A visit to the dentist saved my life” – how rarely does a visit to the dentist for a broken tooth lead to the discovery of a tumor under the tongue

A Limerick farmer has revealed how his third visit to the dentist in 27 years proved life-saving after he was diagnosed with oral cancer.

Orgel Murphy, who hails from Garryspillane, made the rare visit to the dentist after breaking a tooth.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/health/a-trip-to-the-dentist-saved-my-life-how-rare-dental-trip-for-a-broken-tooth-led-to-discovery-of-tumour-under-tongue-42005612.html “A visit to the dentist saved my life” – how rarely does a visit to the dentist for a broken tooth lead to the discovery of a tumor under the tongue

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