Can My Dental Cysts Be Non-Surgically Removed ?

by Sanjay
(Kolkata, WB, India)


Here are 2 cysts on my right upper-jaw :

I am scared of surgical removal. I am looking for non-surgical removal of the 2 cysts. I want teeth be extracted below the two cysts and through those sockets of the teeth-extrcations, the cysts are removed. Is this possible in my case ?

I have gone through the following study by which Cyst-removal was done by most probably RCT :

Since that was RCT, teeth extractions sockets provide larger openings than RCT so it should be done, I feel.

Please enlighten.




Hi Sanjay, I'm not a surgeon and I don't know if that is possible but I would imagine it would be more difficult - and likely impossible to gain access that way.

The procedure you described is still a surgical procedure and one that limits the surgeon's view of and access to the area.

I think it is best to find a surgeon that you trust and accept their recommended method.

Thanks for writing,

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