Dental Cyst Surgery

Pockets filled with air or solid-liquid substance sneak into a region of the jaw and can often cause loss of teeth without realizing it. Meanwhile, the damage to the jaw bone causes cracks. Cysts formed with inflammation buildup cause abscesses that can lead to more serious problems when left untreated. These dental cysts are characterized by an instant pain. In general, there is pain in the gums, chin and face. If the cavities caused by tooth breakage or tooth decay are not treated, the bacteria settle in and create the infection and prepare the environment for the formation of dental cysts. For this reason, it is important to ensure oral hygiene and regular dental checkup to prevent dental cysts. Dental cysts can cause pressure on the nerves and facial paralysis. As the formation of the cyst occurs in the jaw, it can cause, after a certain time, a displacement of the jaw and a bone loss. A cyst near a tooth can damage the anatomy of that tooth. These cysts sometimes lead to jaw growth and create an environment for itself. People may not notice this cyst growth because it does not cause jaw pain. Each surgical procedure is patient specific and the treatment varies depending on the degree of cyst. For cysts requiring surgery, the cyst located at the root of the tooth is removed with a third of the tooth. The operation is generally applicable on all teeth, but in cases where the root of the tooth is short, the teeth can be removed. It is for this reason that the length of the teeth is important. If nerves are damaged during surgery, the tooth can be removed. The cysts that are formed in the root of the tooth are removed from the tissues and after cleaning the operated area, the gum is replaced and sewn.