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Introduction Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of the lip is the most common malignancy accounting for 25% of all oral cavity cancers  . The lower lip is the most commonly effected site accounting for 90 % of the reported cases with strong male predominance. Most of these cases occur due to its greater exposure to the predisposing factors [2, 3]. Since lip SCC is a transitional zone tumor between skin and the oral mucosa, it acquires characteristics of both  . SCC grows through the mucosaldoi:10.33552/ojdoh.2021.04.000592 fatcat:rwnpl7n5djdsbak52fmryads7e