PYOGENIC GRANULOMA OF GINGIVA – A CASE REPORT OF 1 YEAR FOLLOW UP
*Dr. Priyanka M., Dr. Gokulnivas M., Dr. Narendhiran K., Dr. Vikram C. and Dr. Ranjana Devi M.
Pyogenic granuloma was proliferative, non-neoplastic lesion constitute to a group of relatively common pathological entities in the oral cavity. A swelling in the left maxillary anterior region of a 26-year-old male patient with no radiographic abnormalities. Lesion was excised with diode laser using an initiated tip in continuous mode. The histopathological suggestive was given as inflamatory hyperplasia.concluded that Diagnosis of pyogenic granuloma should be made with proper history and clinical feature, and removal of etiological factors contributing for inflammation is a primary treatment choice followed by surgical excision. Excision of should be aimed to preserve and improving the mucogingival complex. In this case excision of pyogenic granuloma by using diode laser to minimize discomfort during and after surgery.
Keywords: Pyogenic granuloma, Lobular capillary haemangioma Excision, Diode laser, Misnomer.
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