What is an abscess?
A tooth abscess is a locally painful, inflamed vesicle that concerns the root and surrounding tissues of the tooth. The most effective reason for the formation of gingival abscesses is poor oral hygiene. Gum abscess occurs when pockets form between the teeth and gums. Harmful bacteria in the mouth develop and multiply in this pocket, as a result of which pus-filled abscesses are formed at one or more points.
How is an abscess treated?
Cyst Diagnosis and Treatment
Tooth cysts are mostly in the form of swelling that appears in the mouth. Apart from this, cysts can also be seen in the form of discharge. In addition, a dental cyst can cause redness in the gums. Dental cysts can occur due to tooth decay. Cysts can cause swelling and infection on the face or gums. Sometimes, even no symptoms may occur in cyst formation. For this reason, it is extremely important to visit the dentist regularly.
How Is Cyst Treated?
Cyst treatment can be applied with 2 different methods. As the first choice, the cyst is removed completely in one go. Or, the top of the cyst is opened and first reduced, and after it is reduced, it is completely removed. The age of the patient, the location of the cyst, its size and type determine which treatment method will be applied. After the cyst treatment, the place where the treatment is applied is completely covered with sutures.