Cysts are inflammatory formations that contain substances such as liquid, semi-solid or air. Dental cysts, which usually form in the root of the tooth or in the jawbone, progress slowly but carry risks for the health of the patient. Cyst pain varies from person to person, causing the pain to go unnoticed in some cases. In particular, not encountering complaints such as inflammation and pain makes the detection process of cysts difficult. However, if the cyst grows, risky situations such as bone loss or damage to the jawbone may occur. Joints, heart, and kidneys can be damaged as a result of the infection of the blood.
Early detected dental cysts can be treated in a short time, considering the size conditions. In some cases, tooth extraction may also be required. If the necessary cleaning is not done after tooth extraction, the remaining cyst will turn into a jaw cyst and unwanted results occur. For this reason, a specialist intervention is absolutely necessary for cyst operations. After the surgical operation, the patients start medical treatment. It is very important for the health of the patient that the routine checks are not interrupted after the treatment.
In dental cyst surgeries, which take an average of 30 minutes to 2 hours, the condition of the cyst determines the process. It is quite normal for the patient to experience pain during the recovery period. This situation is provided to compensate with drugs and antibiotics given by the doctor. Every dental cyst necessarily requires a surgical operation. Although the drugs used, provide to eliminate the pain problem in a short time, they are not sufficient for the treatment of the cyst. For this reason, a specialist appointment should be made at the earliest in order to prevent the inflammation from spreading further and the cyst not to grow.