A cyst is a kind of tissue that has either fluid or soft material inside it.
Cysts can form in a wide variety of tissues including in the face and mouth (including the jaws). Some can form next to or around teeth, which are called dental cysts.Cysts are a kind of reaction of the body to a condition and are usually relatively slow growing. They can be sterile or become infection. Dental cysts can form at the tip of the roots of dead teeth. They can also form around the crowns (and roots) of buried teeth. Most cysts form because the teeth they are associated with have died (infection or trauma). Others form because of a mistake in the way the teeth have developed (including being unable to grow into the mouth properly). Rarely, dental cysts are part of a genetic syndrome that has other symptoms (eg Gorlin’s syndrome). Your dentist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon will explain to you more about the cause of your cyst.Any teeth can develop dental cysts. Mostly people will only have one at a time, but some people are more susceptible to developing them either because of the condition of their teeth or because they have an inherited condition that has dental cysts as part of its features.

Enuleation of a Radicular Cyst in the Maxilla Done By Renowned Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Pioneer of Orthognathic Surgery in Bangladesh :
Dr. Abdullah Al Masud, B.D.S , F.C.P.S (OMS),

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