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Cysts and jaw tumours are rare growths that develop in the soft tissues or the jaw bone in the face and the mouth. It depends on their origin, size or complexity. Cysts and jaw tumours are sometimes called odontogenic or non-odontogenic.
Many of such growths are noncancerous. But many such non-cancerous tumours could expand with aggression. As a result, these will demolish the surrounding teeth, tissue or bone.
Treatment options for jaw tumours and cysts vary. It depends on the following factors:
Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons will treat the cyst or jaw tumour by surgery. Sometimes, we may use medical therapy or a fusion of surgery and medical treatment.
Some of the symptoms are:
A tumour is a tissue mass or abnormal growth. The cyst contains semisolid or liquid material. Some of the examples are:
It is a non-cancerous tumour that formulates in the cells forming the teeth' safety enamel lining. Generally, it develops close to the molars in the jaw.
Central giant cell granulomas are lesions growing from the cells of the bone. These generally occur on the lower jaw’s frontal part. One such tumour can grow fast and destroy the bone.
Such a tumour can come back after surgical treatment. The other type is less aggressive and does not carry symptoms.
This cyst originates from the tissue engulfing the tooth before its eruption in the mouth.
Such a tumour tends to recur after the surgical treatment. Even after the slow growth, such a cyst could destroy the jaw.
It is a tumour of slow growth and generally occurs in the lower jaw. It can displace teeth. But such a tumour can enlarge and invade the jaw and the engulfing tissue.
This tumour is a common odontogenic tumour. Although there are no symptoms for such a tumour, there can be interference with the eruption and development of the tooth.
Some other cysts and tumours are:
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