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What is a Tooth Cyst?

Description of the disease:

A tooth cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms inside or around a tooth. This condition can arise due to various reasons, and often requires treatment from a dentist.


  • Odontogenic cysts
  • Non-odontogenic cysts


  • Pain in the affected area
  • Swelling
  • Tooth sensitivity to temperature changes
  • Change in tooth color


Tooth cysts can arise from gum inflammation, tooth trauma, infection, and other factors.


To diagnose a tooth cyst, X-ray studies, clinical examination, and other methods are used.


Treatment for a tooth cyst may involve cyst removal, root canal therapy, and other dental procedures.


To prevent the occurrence of tooth cysts, it is important to properly care for the oral cavity, monitor dental health, and seek timely dental care.


The diagnosis and treatment of tooth cysts is carried out by a dentist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.