Prerower Platz 4
13051 Berlin
t (030) 92 40 349-0
f (030) 92 40 349-29

Tumour surgery

Tumours in the mouth or facial area may be benign or malignant, which is why they should always be seen as an urgent warning signal. While benign tumours can, as a rule, be removed surgically without a negative impact on function or aesthetics, malignant tumours penetrate the neighbouring tissue and may give rise to metastases. In each case, therefore, early detection and treatment is of the greatest importance - the following principle applies: it is better to have five too many check-ups than one too few. We provide you with a reliable diagnosis, offer advice on what treatment options are available and, if necessary, also carry out the surgery. In the case of malignant tumours, subsequent radiotherapy might also be necessary.