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Oral Cyst Removal
I had oral cyst removal on the the roof of my mouth and already 2 stitches came out I'm not bleeding but I notice it's swelling what should I do ?
Contact your Surgeon: Best to check with your surgeon. Until you are able to speak to your surgeon, avoid hot foods and beverages, spicy foods, citrus, and any other irritants. Cool water would be more soothing. You may swish salt water. Speak with your surgeon for best direction. If there is bleeding, apply pressure. if it does not stop, and you cannot reach your surgeon urgently, then go to the ER. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
What are the odds of an oral cyst returning after removal? I had an oral cyst near one of my molars removed, and was wondering if it's likely to return?
The : The chance of recurrence of any oral lesion depends upon the nature of the lesion and how completely it was removed. When a lesion is removed the tissue is typically sent to an oral pathologist for evaluation. A report is sent to the surgeon indicating the nature of the lesion and if it has been completely excised. As to see the report and have it explained in terms of potential recurrence. Keep a copy for your personal records in case you ever change dentists or move. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does it take for numbness in chin and lip to go away after oral surgery, removal of cyst on lower jaw bone?
Hard to say: You did not say where or what was involved with the cyst. If you had it surgically removed it will take about a week to heal. If you have not had it removed, then you should see a dentist or oral surgeon and have it evaluated for treatment. ...Read more
I have an oral cyst that changes size, it is normally small. I've had 2 scans with a velscope and it was undetectable the 2nd time. I still have it.
What's the normal recovery time following surgery to remove an oral cyst? I have periapical cyst that i need to have removed, but can't find anywhere what to expect on recovery time. Will I have to schedule time off work for recovery?
Recovery time varies: Recover time will vary depending on many factors including age, general health of the patient, infection control, smoker or not, blood sugar control, the exact type of procedure, and post-operative and follow up care. Discuss it with your surgeon and get their opinion as to what they feel is a reasonable recovery time for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe Nothing: This is generally not a problem, but it may take much longer to heal. Make sure you know the diagnosis of the cyst (is it in fact a cyst?). Oral cancer is a very common, multifaceted, and sneaky disease. Make sure you have it checked by your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any good home treatments for an oral cyst? I have an oral cyst, and i've had them before. I know they're usually not a big deal. Is there anything i can do at home to make it go away, rather than making a special appointment to see my dentist?
How to prevent oral cyst from forming after accidentally biting my lip? It has happened twice before, it is now just a small white patch that hurts
Keep the area clean: Keep the area clean with swapping the area with salt water by using q-tip. The small white patch will heal. If there is a colorless or bluish bump develop called mucocele, which is a salivary deposit in the soft tissue due to rupture minor salivary gland and/or duct. Mucocele can be removed by your dentist/surgeon. See your dentist to check your occlusion to eliminate the cause of lip biting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mucocele, also known as a mucous cyst, is the development of a painless sac of mucous in the mouth, most commonly on the interior of the lower lip, which form following blockage of salivary ducts or from the rupture of a salivary gland. Mucoceles are rarely medically worrisome but can develop into a permanent fibrous ...Read more