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Pericoronitis

A 23yr old female suffering from severe pain since 1week, Image showing Unilateral gingival enlargement! Not relieved by OTC analegics and antibiotics! Kindly give appropriate management! Thank you.

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Pericoronitis... Moxikind cv 625mg bd Flozen.plus bd Pantop d od Metrogyl 400mg bd Betadine gargle for 5 days If pain dnt reduce Add Rutoheal bd

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This is Typical Case of a pericoronitis and pericoronal flap removal is the choice of treatment , if not than insert a periodontal prob between teeth and swollen gum and see the depth of pocket and irrigate the pocket with betadine , patient should be referred to dental surgeon for this

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? DENTAL PATHOLOGY.. ? GINGIVAL HYPERPLASIA.. NEED'S.. ANALGESICS..ANTIBIOTICS..AS PER REQUIREMENT.. DENTAL SURGEONS OPINION..

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Pericoronitis Antibiotics Analgesics Anatacid Mouthwash Surgical extraction Advise opg

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pericoronitits cap.amox CVS 625 tab.metro 400 tab.zerodol sp if pain not subside go for extractions visit to oral surgeon

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Plz share OPG... If everything ok in OPG then just go for the scalpelling of the enlagement as food lodgement must be causing pericoronitis. Give suture back to the last tooth so as the healing segment doesn't gets stuck with food again

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Pericoronal flap also called as operculum Operculactomy ie removal is choice

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Impacted molar .Needs extraction after a course of antibiotics.

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Very easy Tab.amoxiclave 625 bd 5 dy Tab.vitamin c Tab.metro tds 200mg 5 dy Chlorhexidine gargle Tab.mvbc Local dolo gel

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Operculectomy- is the treatment of choice. If recurrence in subsequent follow-ups, surgical extraction of tooth is advised.

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Pericoronitis... Moxikind cv 625mg bd Flozen.plus bd Pantop d od Metrogyl 400mg bd Betadine gargle for 5 days If pain dnt reduce Add Rutoheal bd

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