jawbone cysts

What are Jaw Cysts?

It is divided into two as tooth-borne and non-dental origin.

Tooth-derived ones are pathological (unhealthy) cavities that contain air, fluid or pus in the abnormal growth and expansion of the cells involved during the formation of the tooth and the development of the tooth structure.

Non-dental ones are caused by abnormal cell migration or abnormal cell proliferation during the formation of the jaws and facial skeleton.

Jaw cysts treatment

It is the surgical removal of the cyst under local anesthesia or general anesthesia, depending on the size and aggressiveness of the cyst.

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