Does a tooth cyst necessarily require surgery?
Q: A woman in her late 20s. I have been diagnosed with tooth cyst since a month ago and have been treated at the hospital. I’ve already had two teeth neurosurgical treatment next to my lower left front tooth. According to the teacher, do I have to do the surgery? It is said that it can recur even after surgery. Do I have to do surgery every time it recurs? Is there no cure other than surgery?
A: If the dental cyst is left untreated, it will destroy the dental bone or bone, so you need to be treated quickly. Nowadays, laser procedures for dental cyst surgery and treatment are treated without major pain and recurrence. If left unattended, it can lead to loss of teeth.