Treatment of Dental Abscess
Cysts are sacs filled with fluid or semi-fluid material. Cysts develop in various places in the body and arise from different tissues in the body. It can also appear inside the mouth-tongue, lips, gum, salivary gland and throat. The most common kinds of oral cysts are dentigerous cysts, usually formed by impacted wisdom teeth and periapical cysts due to the infections in the pulp of the tooth. While these are benign, dentist suggest the patient to remove the cyst so that they can stop spreading the cyst to the near by bones. The removal can usually be done in a clinic with local anesthesia, though a large oral cyst may require more extensive surgery to reconstruct any bone which has been displaced or damaged.