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Dental cysts

Dental cysts are normally a benign (non-cancerous) growth. Benign cysts grow in place but do not spread to other parts of the body, thus remain a dental problem. Cysts consist of semi solid or liquid material.


A growing dental cyst, which can reside in any part of the mouth, can cause pain, pressure and inflammation and redness as it begins to grow.


Untreated dental cysts can lead to many problems including:

  • Dental infection

  • Tooth loss

  • Jaw growths

  • Jaw fractures


We can diagnose dental cysts with a dental CT scan in our office. Depending on the size and location of the cyst, some form of oral surgery may be required, which could include a root canal.

A dental cyst in a tooth's root
Woman with a painful jaw
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