PYOGENIC GRANULOMA -A CASE REPORT
Mohan Rawat*, Shailendra Singh Chauhan, Aditya Sinha, Satendra Sharma, Ankita Garg
Pyogenic granuloma is a benign tumor like growth and is considered as a non neoplastic and inflammatory hyperplasia of oral cavity. It is often caused by low grade trauma, poor oral hygiene or may be due to hormonal disturbances. Surgical excision and removal of underlying cause is the preferred treatment as it is only a benign lesion. Scalpel, cryosurgery, diathermy and laser are various types of treatment modalities. This case report reviews the clinical and histologic characteristics and treatment, recovery phase when soft tissue diode laser is used.
Keywords: Pyogenic granuloma, soft tissue diode laser, Benign lesion.
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