dental cyst


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Related to dental cyst: dental abscess, dentigerous cyst

dental cyst

A cyst that forms from any of the odontogenic tissues.
See also: cyst

per·i·o·don·tal cyst

(perē-ō-dontăl sist)
An epithelium-lined fluid-filled sac at the apex of a tooth with impaired pulp.
Synonym(s): dental cyst, dental root cyst, dentoalveolar cyst.
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Smaller fistula less than 3mm heal spontaneously provided the sinus wall and mucosa are healthy.8 Furthermore, the length and width of the extraction socket is also of critical importance.1 Shorter and wide extraction socket unfavorably heal spontaneously.1, 7 The presence of sinusitis, foreign bodies, dental cysts, apical abscess, tumors, infected and degenerated poly-poid mucosa and infected bone prevents spontaneous healing.1, 5, 7 The underlying acute sinusitis is treated by medical treatment (antibiotics, nasal decongestants and analgesics), while the chronic sinusitis is treated by endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) or Caldwell-Luc procedure.3, 7, 11