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Recurrent cyst of gum

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Periodental cyst. Most cysts form because the teeth they are associated with have died (infection or trauma). Others form because of a mistake in the way the teeth have developed (including being unable to grow into the mouth properly). Rarely, dental cysts are part of a genetic syndrome that has other symptoms (eg Gorlin's syndrome)..

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Periodental cyst. Most cysts form because the teeth they are associated with have died (infection or trauma). Others form because of a mistake in the way the teeth have developed (including being unable to grow into the mouth properly). Rarely, dental cysts are part of a genetic syndrome that has other symptoms (eg Gorlin's syndrome)..

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Differential diagnosis Gingival mucous cyst of adult Oral focal mucinosis Giant cell tumor Peripheral odontogenic fibroma

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Retention periodental cysts D/d apical abscess Rx excision of cyst followed by RCT

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? GINGIVAL GRANULOMA.. ? RETENTION CYST.. NEED'S.. RADIOLOGICAL STUDY..

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Cant really come up to a conclusion based on just the intra oral pics. The chief complaint, history of illness, IOPA all be some necessary. Without all the details, it is like shooting an arrow in the dark. Differential diagnosis can be epulis, periapical abscess, periapical cyst, paeriapical granuloma, any of the many Mandibular lesions....

Sir, the lesion comes and reduces without any intervention. One is new and another is old.
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Attrition of teeth may lead to chronic Peri apical Cyst which leads to intra oral sinus formation..Take an IOPA and things will be clear

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ADVISABLE X. RAY I. O. P. A...VIEW

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Needs dental surgeon's advise.

Radiograph needs to be interpreted to reach Diagnosis.This mostly seems to be endodontic lesion.Refer the patient to a dentist.

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Endodontic lesion Refer to a dentist

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