Treatment of jaw tumors and cysts generally involves surgical care. In some cases, treatment may be medical therapy or a combination of surgery and medical therapy. Cysts or tumours are the pathological conditions which might either be dormant or sometimes, destruct and disrupt the normal function of your oral cavity.CALL US NOW!
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» » A cyst is a pathological epithelial lined cavity that is filled with fluid and usually erupts after internal pressure is generated by the fluid. In human body, the mandible and maxilla, are the bones with the highest prevalence of cysts.CALL US NOW!
» Cyst and tumours either show symptoms of pain and swelling or are accidentally identified during other dental treatment. Surgically it has to be removed to avoid future risk factors and complications.
» Once, the kind of cysts or tumours, either benign or malignant is determined, the process of treatment is planned.
» Depending on the size and severity of the extension, the surgery is performed under local anaesthesia or general anaesthesia.
» After the anaesthetic process, the cyst or tumour are excised.
» Depending on the size of the lesion, you may or may not need bone and soft tissue grafts.
» The 3D CBCT imaging technique helps to exactly identify the region, size and shape of cysts or tumours and its extent. A PET scan helps to accurately determine the extent of the abnormal growth, thereby the chances for missing some remnant becomes nil.
» With fine needle aspiration and biopsy techniques, we determine the condition and the type of lesion, and its cause. This helps to plan the treatment accurately and promptly.
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