“Early Accurate Diagnosis Saves Lives”

“One Patient Dies of Oral Cancer Every Hour Of The Day”

“The Death Rate of Oral Cancer Is Higher Than Most Others”

“Oral Cancer Is Painless and Often Not Noticed”



Dedicated Exclusively to Diagnostic and Consultative
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
Head and Neck Pathology

“Adequate Treatment is Impossible
Without Precise Diagnosis”

Rosa H. Robison, MD. DDS. FCAP.
Medical Director


Premier Oral Cancer Diagnostic Center
Uncompromising Quality and Unparalleled Training 

What we do 



Oral Cancer

Oral Cancer is a serious preventable disease. Compared to most other cancers, the survival rate has not improved in decades despite modern methods of treatment mainly due to late diagnosis.
Early lesions are generally painless. Ulcers (sores) that don’t heal within two weeks or persistent white or red patches must be examined by an oral surgeon and biopsied for microscopic evaluation by a trained oral pathologist.
“Statistically, one person dies every hour of every day with oral cancer” 

Rosa H. Robison , MD. DDS. FCAP

Dr. Robison is the founder and Medical Director at Oral, Head and Neck Pathology Laboratory. She is a dentist and physician with formal training and board certification in oral and maxillofacial pathology and in medical/surgical pathology. Her subspecialty education in dentistry includes clinical dentistry and in medicine, soft tissue neoplasia and immunohistochemistry.

Dr. Robison received her dental degree from the Central University of Ecuador in Quito – Ecuador and her medical degree from the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. She trained in clinical dentistry in London, England and in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology at the Universit y of Florida, College of Dentistry.
Dr. Robison completed her residency in pathology at Cedars – Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, one of the largest academic medical centers in the US and pioneer in medical research. To further her education, she did a fellowship in Soft Tissue Neoplasia and Immunohistochemistry at The City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, California, a national leader in advancing research and cancer treatment protocols.
Dr. Robison’s vast education and experience, which include practice and leadership positions in large oncology centers, outpatient laboratories, teaching medical students and residents and lecturing nationally and internationally, rightfully qualifies her as a leading expert in the field of Oral, Maxillofacial, Head and Neck Pathology. Her credentials and accomplishments are unparalleled in the country and in the world.

What is Pathology?

It is the cornerstone of medicine, “a bridging discipline involving both, basic science and clinical medicine. It is devoted to the study of the structural and functional changes that underlie disease. By the use of molecular, microbiologic, immunologic, and morphologic techniques, pathology explains the whys and wherefores of ailments aiming to provide a sound foundation for rational clinical care and therapy”. (Pathologic Basis of Disease. Robbins, Cotran, Kumar & Collins)
What is Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
It is a specialty of dentistry which deals with the diagnosis of diseases of the mouth including soft tissue, jawbones and salivary glands. The practice of oral and maxillofacial pathology encompasses radiology, microscopy and also physiology of the maxillofacial complex. It is a unique specialty with a unique set of diseases. It also shares important commonalities with medical pathology. Therefore, it is a hybrid specialty of dentistry and an ultraspecialty of medicine.




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