Lip cancer is related to exposure to sunlight and often and often occurs along the midline in the lower lip and lip-mucous-skin complex. The mouth corner is around 1%. Cancers are mostly squamous cell carcinoma. In fact, cancers That are caused by small salivary glands are rarely encountered. Squamous cell carcinoma typically develops as a superficial skin-mucosa change, which can spread on the wound. It does not heal despite conservative treatments and becomes a tumor with bleeding and scaling.

The round lip muscle covers the upper and lower lip and moves like a sphincter arranging the movement of the lip eges during speech. The face mimics muscles stick to this casing. When a part of the dermis is removed with the cancer cause, these two muscles must be sewn to each other. After the removal of the lip cancer, a sympathetic protection is provided during the mouth movements, allowing a spatula to enter the mouth and a sensitive repair is targeted.

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