2 1/2years old male h/o 2 days swelling over gum. no pain.no disharge eats chocolates biscuits more offen. what is diagnosis and treatment

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it is dental root infection which is draining out by this way due to carries. He is my son. today I have taken him to paediatric dental surgeon , he told that it

continue it needs extraction of tooth so did it.
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1) it may b traumatic while eating hard food stuff just wait n watch. 2) I concern with delayed eruption of lateral incisors bilaterally.. pic showing lateral is erupting may b gingival eruption cyst, no acute treatment needed just wait n watch

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periapical abcess?antibiotic cover,dental x ray and accordingly treatment.

tooth is carious??
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Infected dentigenous cyst Periapical abscess Pulpectomy qad 52 Antibiotics Analgesics Antacids Mutivitamins MetronidaZole Brushing technique Mouthwash Maintain oral hygiene

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gingivitis advice to Maintain Oral hygiene Syrp Metronidazole TID Vitamins C Syrp IBU para SOS syrp Calcium proper brushing teeth.

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Patient has no pain and discharge...less likely to be infective...could be epulis

totally agree with u, hw come it's abcess??
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delayed eruption of lateral & aggravated periapical infection, but no extensive treatment... antibiotic coverage & maintaining oral hygiene is only required from patient side n for our point of view taking iopa n opt accordingly but strictly regular follow up... age is so insignificant for any extensive treatment option...!

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may be masticatory trauma induced lesion or it can be eruption cyst... m not sure still,,, but it seems like a cyst.... sir, is it soft or hard In. consistency?

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It is periapical abscess with respect to 52,plz do pulpectomy of 52.child is having early childhood caries,as his both lateral incisions are decayed.proper treatment plan along with diet plan is recommended. pulpectomy followed by strip crown is indicated

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abscess drain and antibiotics

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